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|Title:||Nicholas Rowe and his Noglected Tragedies|
|Keywords:||English Language and Literature;English Language and Literature|
|Abstract:||<p>The introductory chapter outlines Rowe's Biography and place in early eighteenth-century society, and makes brief reference to the whole of his literary output, Although not basically an innovator, Rowe heralds many of the changes to be made in serious drama during the early part of the century. The final two chapters analyse his two most neglected. plays in an attempt to appreciate his dramatic techniques and skill, Rowe's particular manipulation of strength and character, and unusually deft handling of variations of tempo and tension.</p>|
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