TITLE

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL: INTRODUCTORY NOTE

PUB. DATE
January 1909
SOURCE
Modern English Drama: Dryden, Sheridan, Goldsmith, Shelley, Brow;1909, p104
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article profiles dramatist Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and his work. It is stated that, Sheridan, who was born in Dublin, Ireland, on October 30, 1751, although received education of law, success of his comedy drama "The Rivals," led him into close relations with theatre. It is stated that, Sheridan entered politics in the year 1780, and during his time as a politician for over 30 years he not only held cabinet offices for several times, but he was also considered the best orator of his time.
ACCESSION #
64398886

 

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