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Aurenge-Zebe, or the Great-Mogul, a tragedy, written by Mr. Dryden. regulated from the prompt-book by Mr. Hopkins, Oeuvres choisies. Of dramatick poesie. Opera. Ovid. Palamon and Arcite. Plays. Selections. Poem upon the death of his late Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Aurenge-Zebe, or, the great-mogul: Bell's British theatre.: Consisting of the most esteemed English plays: Busirus, King of Egypt: A catalogue of the curious collection of pictures of George Villiers, duke of Buckingham. chances: Chances, a comedy, first written by Beaumont and Fletcher, since altered and very much improved by the duke of.
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Aureng-Zebe was John Dryden's last rhymed play and it is frequently considered his best. In this tragedy, produced inpublished inthe plot is loosely based on a contemporary account of the struggle between the four sons of Shah Jahan, the fifth Mogul emperor, for the succession to the throne.
The hero is a figure of exemplary rationality, virtue, and patience. Aureng-zebe is a Restoration drama by John Dryden, written in It is based loosely on the figures of Aurangzeb (Aureng-zebe), the then-reigning Mughal Emperor of India; his brother, Murad Baksh (Morat); and their father, Shah Jahan (Emperor).
The piece is the last drama that Dryden wrote in rhymed verse. It is considered his best heroic : The State of Innocence (), Albion and. Aureng-Zebe was John Dryden's last rhymed play and it is frequently considered his best. In this tragedy, produced inpublished inthe plot is loosely based on a contemporary account of the struggle between the four sons of Shah Jahan, the fifth Mogul emperor, for the succession to the throne/5.
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by John Dryden, Esq. at nd: John Dryden. Aureng-Zebe | Title: Aureng-Zebe: a tragedy. Acted at the Royal Theatre, her: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps.
Printer's name from Wing CD With a final epilogue leaf Errors in pagination: p. 34, 35, 38, and 39 numbe 29, 28, and 25 ESTC Wing (CD-ROM, ). Book Title: The State of Innocence and the Fall of Man Aurenge Zebe Or the Great Mogul All for Love Or the Worldwell Loft Limrerham Or the Kind Keeper Oedipus Author: Publisher: Release Date: Pages: ISBN: ONB:+Z Available.
Breif Remarks upon a Passage or two in the Dedications of Aurenge Zebe, and the Translation of Juvenal. 66, Farther Instances of Profaneness in Love Triumphant. In Love for Love. In the provok'd Wife. And in the Relapse. The Horrid Impiety of this Liberty. The Stage guilty of down right Blasphemy.
The Dramatic Works of John Dryden V4 () the Dramatic Works of John Dryden V4 () | In Six Volumes. Containing The State Of Innocence, And The Fall Of Man; Aurenge-Zebe, Or The Great Mogul; All For Love, Or The World Well Lost; Limrerham, Or The Kind Keeper; Oedipus.
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3, ; and Henry, baptized June 9. Breif Remarks upon a Paſſage or two in the Dedications of Aurenge Zebe, and the Tranſlation of Juvenal. 66, Farther Inſtances of Profaneneſs in Love Triumphant. In Love for Love. In the provok'd Wife. And in the Relapſe. The Horrid Impiety of this Liberty. The Stage guilty of down right Blaſphemy.
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Henry Purcell. Dido and Aeneas. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: London, England Cause of death: Tuberculosis Remains: Buried, Westminster Abbey, Lond. English musical composer, born sometime around /59 in St. Ann's Lane, Old Pye Street, Westminster.
His father, Henry Purcell (or Pursell), was a gentleman of the chapel Died: PURCELL. Music and poetry attained to a high state of cultivation in the reign of Elizabeth; the Queen herself was an admirable performer on the virginals, and by her example and authority did all that was possible to elevate the art of music, and to.
Full text of "Of the nature of things: in six books," See other formats. Fifth edition, later half calf on marbled boards [Wing D]; Aurenge-Zebe: or, the Great Mogul. A Tragedy. London: Thomas Warren for Henry Herringman, Third edition, later cloth on marbled boards, title page trimmed and laid down, tear to H2 with loss of about one letter [Wing D]; The Kind Keeper; or Mr.
Libraham: A Comedy. Dryden. Bibliography. The bibliography of Dryden’s works has been much neglected by bibliographers and the entries under his name in Lowndes’s Bibliographer’s Manual are meagre in the extreme. Much has been done to remedy this defect in some catalogues of great book.
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(Click pages to enlarge.) Full Title: All for Love: or, the World well Lost. A Tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal; and Written in Imitation of Shakespeare’s Stile.
Written by John Dryden (). Includes epistle dedicatory and preface. Printed in London for H. Herringman, and sold by R. Bently, J. Tonson, F. Saunders.For Aurenge-Zebe, the present Great Mogul, being then a young Prince, obtain'd of Cha-gehan, his Father, to let him have the command of an Army of threescore thousand Men, and fourscore Ele∣phants; and with this force, out of his Antipathy to the Christians, he laid Siege to Daman, a Town belonging to the Portugals, fourteen Leagues from Surat.