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Title Epsom-wells : a comedy acted at the Duke's Theatre
Subject Shadwell, Thomas, 1642?-1692
Creator Shadwell, Thomas (1642? - 1692)
Description Shadwell, Thomas (1642?-1692) London: Printed by J. M. for Henry Herringman, 1676 Thomas Shadwell produced his first play, a comedy, in 1668. The Sullen Lovers, written in the style of Ben Jonson, was based on a play by Moliere. Shadwell's best-known and best-liked play was Epsom-wells, first produced in 1672. For the next fourteen years, Shadwell produced nearly a play a year, each portraying a colorful, comical picture of contemporary conduct. Shadwell and John Dryden were on friendly terms until Dryden joined the company of the court. Shadwell, a champion of Protestantism, attacked John Dryden (1631-1700) in a satire. The result was an immediate response from Dryden with a satire of his own. The ink flew until 1688, when, because of a Whig victory, Shadwell replaced Dyrden as poet laureate. University of Utah copy bound with Otway, Thomas. The Souldier's fortune. London, 1687; and others.
Publisher Printed for R. Bentley and S. Magnes, 1687
Date 1687
Type Text
Format image/jpeg
Format Creation Original scanned with Kirtas APT BookScan 2400 as Cannon CR2 RAW files and converted to 400 ppi uncompressed TIFFs in FastStone Image Viewer 3.7. JP2000 display images generated in CONTENTdm.
Source PR3612 .S6 1687
Language eng
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Holding Institution Rare Books Division, Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah. 295 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Source Physical Dimensions 20 cm x 28 cm
Scanning Technician Kelly Taylor
Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor; Luise Poulton
Call Number PR3612 .S6 1687; Record ID 99414080102001
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Date Created 2010-04-20
Date Modified 2012-10-23
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