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Vulgus Britannicus

Ward, Edward

Vulgus Britannicus

or, the British Hudibrass. Part the second.

by Ward, Edward

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Published by printed for James Woodward; and John Morphew in London .
Written in English

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1546, no. 32.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16984797M

Jean Racine () remains to this day the greatest of French poetic dramatists. Britannicus (), the first play in this volume, takes its themes from Roman history: the setting is bloody and treacherous court of the Emperor Nero. Phaedra () dramatizes the Greek myth of Phaedra's doomed love for her stepson Hippolytus.   The new Vitruvius britannicus: consisting of plans and elevations of modern buildings, public and private, erected in Great Britain by the most celebrated architects by Richardson, George, ??

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The Republican Procession, in which, among others, he ridicules Marlborough, “a great Pretender to the trick of State,” is merry only on the title-page. He poured forth broadsides, satires, prose and verse with an equal hand.

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Vitruvius Britannicus book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A consortium of British architects and their patrons rebelled agains /5(9). When Néron, Britannicus, and Junie finally meet together onstage for the first time, near the end of the third act, it is clear that Néron intends to kill Britannicus and rape Junie, but the.

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