The Country Wife

References

  1. ^ a b Ogden, xxxiii.
  2. ^ Richardson Pack, Memoirs of Mr. Wycherley's Life (1728), 8; quoted by Ogden, 4.
  3. ^ Howe, 64.
  4. ^ Vieth, David M. “Wycherley’s The Country Wife: An Anatomy of Masculinity.” Papers on Language and Literature 2, no. 4 (fall 1966): 335–50.
  5. ^ a b c d Cohen, Derrick. “The Revengers’ Comedy: A Reading of The Country Wife.” Durham University Journal. 76 (1983): 33.
  6. ^ Kaufman, Anthony (Winter 1975). "Wycherley's The Country Wife and the Don Juan Character". Eighteenth-Century Studies. 9 (2): 216–31. 
  7. ^ See Ogden, xxix–xxx, and Wilson.
  8. ^ Thomas Betterton's description of Boutell, quoted by Ogden, xxx.
  9. ^ Howe, 181; note however that the records for this time are extremely incomplete.
  10. ^ a b Ogden, xxx.
  11. ^ Dixon, 430.
  12. ^ Howe, 20.
  13. ^ Pepys, quoted by Ogden, xxix.
  14. ^ Wilson.
  15. ^ The Plain Dealer, II.i.431–33, 442–44, quoted from Dixon (ed.), The Country Wife and Other Plays.
  16. ^ Ogden, xxxiv.
  17. ^ http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/5699b2eccdaf492bb7e2306cbe467695
  18. ^ Dobrée, 94.
  19. ^ Burke, 239.
  20. ^ Canfield, 129.

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