A PERFORMANCE OF ROWE'S LADY JANE GRAY IN 1852
- 'The State is out of Tune': Nicholas Rowe's Jane Shore and the Succession Crisis of 1713-14. Kewes, Paulina // Huntington Library Quarterly;2001, Vol. 64 Issue 3/4, p283
Discusses the political aspects of Nicholas Rowe's 18th-century play 'The Tragedy of Jane Shore. Written in Imitation of Shakespeare's Style.' Writing and staging of the play when the reign of Queen Anne was drawing to a close; Question of succession that exercised both politicians and the...
- EXTENDED INTERTEXTUAL REFERENCE TO NICHOLAS ROWE'S THE FAIR PENITENT IN OLIVER GOLDSMITH'S THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. Mack, Robert L. // Notes & Queries;Dec2007, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p467
The article presents a literary criticism of Oliver Goldsmith's novel "The Vicar of Wakefield," particularly highlighting the citations and references to Nicholas Rowe's tragic play "The Fair Penitent," within the text. The allusions of the main character Horatio are analyzed in relation to the...
- THIS MONTH IN HISTORY. McLean, Alison // Smithsonian;Feb2004, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p17
Presents historical events in the month of February, as of 2004. Execution of Queen Jane Grey; Success in the testing of the locomotive invented by Richard Trevithick; Development of the Grand Teton National Park.
- Transcending history. Howarth, David // Apollo: The International Magazine for Collectors;May2010, Vol. 171 Issue 576, p76
The article reviews the exhibition "Painting History: Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey" at the National Gallery in London, England from February 24, 2010 to May 23, 2010.
- A Queen Shows Her Face. Randall, Caitlin // Art & Antiques;May2006, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p28
The article presents a painting of a shortest-reigning teenage queen lady Jane Grey who reluctantly ruled England for just nine days. England's shortest-reigning monarch is the only royal since 1500 of whom no likeness was made during her lifetime. Now, some experts claim that a painting that...
- Faking Jane. de Lisle, Leanda // New Criterion;Sep2009, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p77
The article reports on the faking of a letter about the doomed teenage heroine Lady Jane Grey. It states that the fake 16th-century letter was published first in Richard Patrick Boyle Davey's1909 biography of Jane. The author said that the intention of Davey for his fraud is merely to add color...
- New data will help health providers. Petten, Cheryl // Alberta Sweetgrass;Jan2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p6
Presents information on a survey by the Regional Longitudinal Health Survey in 2004 regarding the smoking rates among First Nations people in Canada. Percentage of smokers in the general Canadian population; Comments by Jane Grey, national co-ordinator of the survey, on the decrease in...
- Introduction: Early Modern Dis/Locations. HANSEN, ADAM // Philological Quarterly;Fall2010, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p403
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the association of sacred places to English theater, the nondramatic representation of noblewoman Lady Jane Grey's imprisonment and the book "Old Fortunatus," by Thomas Dekker.
- New data will help community health providers. Petten, Cheryl // Raven's Eye;Jan2005, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p10
The article reports that the latest figures from the Regional Longitudinal Health Survey show that smoking rates among First Nations people in Canada are dropping. Statistics from the 2002-03 survey put the rate of smoking among First Nations people age 20 and over at 57.6 per cent, down 4.4 per...