3 edition of Timour the tartar!, or, The iron master of Samarkand-by-Oxus found in the catalog.
Timour the tartar!, or, The iron master of Samarkand-by-Oxus
|Other titles||Timour the tartar!, The iron master of Samarkand-by-Oxus|
|Statement||by John Oxenford and Shirley Brooks|
|Series||[Lacy"s acting edition -- no. 733], English and American drama of the nineteenth century, Lacy"s acting edition -- no. 733|
|Contributions||Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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TIMOUR THE TARTAR. OR, THE IRON MASTER OF SAMARKAND-BY-OXUS. JOHN OXENFORD AND SHIRLEY BROOKS. BY THOMAS HAILES LACY, 89, STRAND, (Opposite Southampton Street, Covent Garden Market), LONDON. Edited by Ian Pithouse. Get this from a library. Timour the tartar!, or, The iron master of Samarkand-by-Oxus: an extravaganza.
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Or, The Iron Master of Samarkand-By-Oxus. An Extravaganza, By John Oxenford And Shirley : Shirley Brooks. Title: Timour the Tartar. or, The iron master of Samarkand-by-Oxus. An extravaganza, by John Oxenham and Shirley Brooks. Published: London, T.H. Lacy ?> Description: 36 p.
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Monk Lewis’s Timour the Tartar, Grand Romantic Orientalism and Imperial Melancholy Lars Eckstein It is an academic truth universally acknowledged that the Romantic age had little to offer in the world of theatre; until rather recently, its artistic and ideological innovations were mostly found in poetry and prose, and if literary merits were.
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Notes Part of the John H. McDowell Film Archives, Library of the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute, The Ohio State University. Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Timour the Tartar Dave Hum Celtic and Bluegrass 5 String Banjo ℗ Dave Hum Released on: Auto-generated by YouT. In association with John Oxenford, he supplied to the Olympic, 26 Dec.
an extravaganza, which had the sensational heading 'Timour the Tartar, or the Iron Master of Samarkand,' the explanatory letterpress significantly stating that a trifling lapse between the year and the year occasionally occurs. Oxenford, John and Shirley Brooks, Timour the Tartar.
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In association with John Oxenford, he supplied to the Olympic, for performance on 26 Decemberan extravaganza, Timour the Tartar, or, The Iron Master of Samarkand. Among his other dramatic pieces may be mentioned The Guardian Angel, a farce, The Lowther Arcade, Honours and Tricks, and Our New Governess.".
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