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Brodie"s notes on William Wycherley"s The country wife
|Series||Pan study aids|
|Contributions||Wycherley, William, 1640?-1716.|
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The Country Wife ()1 By William Wycherley Indignor quicquam reprehendi, non quia crassè At first, or second blow, submit to you; Compositum illepidéve putetur, sed quia nuper: But will provoke you still, and ne're have done, Nec veniam Antiquis, sed honorem & præmia posci. Till you are weary first, with l Horat.2File Size: KB. The Country Wife - by William Wycherley - NEW BBC Radio Drama Production - Considered too obscene to be staged in its original form for nearly years, William Wycherley's raunchy Restoration comedy tells the tale of Mr Horner - a notorious rake who spreads the false rumour that he is impotent in order to gain free access to other men's wives.
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The Country Wife is a Restoration comedy written in by William Wycherley.A product of the tolerant early Restoration period, the play reflects an aristocratic and anti-Puritan ideology, and was controversial for its sexual explicitness even in its own time.
The title itself contains a lewd pun with regard to the first syllable of "country". It is based on several plays by Molière, with Place premiered: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. In THE COUNTRY WIFE, Horner allows society to believe he is impotent, and as such husbands entrust him with their wives.
But Horner is anything but impotent, and before long he is bedding a host of bored, foolish, and incredibly horny women--including the young, silly Margery, an ignorant country girl recently wed to an elderly man.4/5(27). William Wycherley was born in Clive, a little village in Shropshire, a county in England.
Like the sons of many well-to-do families, Wycherley went to France, during the time when the heir to the. William Wycherley. English dramatist, poet, and aphorist. The following entry presents criticism of Wycherley's career published between and the present. The resourceful hero of "The Country Wife" is Horner, the scourge of stupid husbands and the hope of unhappy wives.
Through a single simple ruse Horner helps one woman after another settle accounts with a foolish spouse. Margery, the country wife, upsets his plans when she learns the manners of the city and begins to apply them herself.
The Regents Restoration Drama text 4/5(1). William Wycherley (baptised 8 April – 1 January ) was an English dramatist of the Restoration period, best known for the plays The Country Wife and The Plain Dealer.
He was born at Clive near Shrewsbury, Shropshire and baptised on 8 April at Whitchurch, Hampshire, son of Daniel Wycherley () and his wife Bethia Born:Clive, Shropshire, England. William Wycherley was an English dramatist of the Restoration period, best known for the plays The Country Wife and The Plain Dealer.
Wycherley left Oxford University and took up residence at the Inner Temple, but gave little attention to the study of law/5. William Wycherley, The Country Wife () Horner.
A quack is as fit for a Pimp, as a Midwife for a Bawd; they are still but in their way, both helpers of Nature.—[aside.] —Well, my dear Doctor, hast thou done what I desired.
Quack. William Wycherley, (born —died Jan. 1,London), English dramatist who attempted to reconcile in his plays a personal conflict between deep-seated puritanism and an ardent physical nature. He perhaps succeeded best in The Country-Wife (), in which satiric comment on excessive jealousy and complacency was blended with a richly comic.
Summary World: Famous Plays 7: "The Country Wife" by William Wycherley. English dramatist William Wycherley (c–) is best known for his plays The Country Wife and The Plain Dealer. His Restoration-era comedies are notable for their keen satires of manners and society, and the playwright was Brand: Dover Publications.
The Country-Wife, comedy of manners in five acts by Restoration dramatist William Wycherley, performed and published in It satirizes the sexual duplicity of the aristocracy during the reign of Charles II.
Popular for its lively characters and its double entendres, the bawdy comedy was occasionally vilified for immorality. William Wycherley [Four Plays] Contents Introduction -- William Wycherley [by T.
Macaulay] -- Love in a wood; or, St. James's park -- The gentleman dancing-master -- The country wife -- The plain dealer. The "Plyant"Discourse of Wyc herley's The Country Wife. PEGGY A. KNAPP. In a spirited defense of the excellences of Restoration culture, John Dryden praises King Charles I1 for having awakened "the dull and heavy spirits of the English, from their natural reserv'dness; loosen'd them, from their stiff forms of conversation; and made them easy and plyant to each other in.
A Virtuous Woman In William Wycherley’s The Country Wife, William Wycherley enlightens the audience to capture several different ironical statements and questionable behaviors. The play fits perfectly into Greenwald’s definition of a comedy of manners: “[Critics] assert that a comedy of manners and the people who inhabit it represent the.
Notes on William Wycherley’s THE COUNTRY WIFE I. Wycherley (—) A. Wrote 4 comedies 1. LOVE IN A WORD () 2. THE GENTLEMAN DANCING MASTER () 3. THE COUNTRY WIFE () 4. THE PLAIN DEALER () B. THE COUNTRY WIFE 1.
Great success 2. Charles Hunt (lover of Nell Gwynne) as Horner 3. Famous scenes a. The china. SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides for challenging works of literature.
This page guide for “The Country Wife” by William Wycherley includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis covering 5 chapters, as well as several more in-depth sections of expert-written literary analysis.
Looking for books by William Wycherley. See all books authored by William Wycherley, including The Country Wife, and The Country Wife and Other Plays: Love in a Wood; The Gentleman Dancing-Master; The Country Wife; the Plain Dealer (Oxford World's Classics), and more on The Country Wife has provoked powerfully mixed reactions over the years.
The seventeenth century libertine king Charles II saw it twice, and is said to have joined the ‘dance of the cuckolds’ at the end of one performance; the eighteenth century actor-playwright David Garrick declared it ‘the most licentious play in the English language Brand: Bloomsbury Academic.
‘The Country Wife’ by William Wycherley is a play in the Restoration period that certainly develops many themes. The theme at the forefront of this play is the idea of marriage. Wycherley spends most of the play commenting on marriage and the relationship between men and women. The Country Wife has been periodically vilified for its immorality but remains ever popular for its lively characters, witty double entendres, and sophisticated drama.
Originally performed and published inthis five-act play parodies the vices and hypocrisies of Restoration : William Wycherley. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
The Country-Wife, A comedy, Acted at the Theatre Royal. Written by Mr. Wycherley London Printed for Thomas Dring [etc.] , p. Preliminaries omitted Play details The country wife. Genre: Comedy. Date first published: Date first performed: 12 Jan [Page] THE Country-Wife, A COMEDY, Acted at the THEATRE ROYAL.
Front matter. The Country Wife by William Wycherley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). (Enter Mr. Pinchwife, and his Wife in Man’s Clothes, Alithea, Lucy her Maid.) Sparkish: Oh hide me, there's my Mistress too.
(Sparkish hides himself behind Harcourt.). The Country Wife Considered too obscene to be staged in its original form for nearly years, William Wycherley's Restoration comedy tells the tale of Mr Horner, a notorious rake, who spreads the false rumour that he is impotent in.
The article presents a literary criticism on the play "Country Wife" by William Wycherley. It focuses on the staginess and sarcasm. It is said to be obvious to the ordinary reader that the play is nourished with references to acting and the theater, wherein the language of the play is constantly directing the audience's attention to the art of the drama.
The Country Wife is a Restoration comedy, that is, an English theatrical comedy written during the period. As a genre, Restoration comedy is notable for displaying a recrudescence of bawdiness, the public expression of which had been suppressed under the Puritans, and for taking a satirical, or even cynical, view of marriage and sexuality.
William Wycherley's The Country Wife was first performed in Januaryby the King's Company, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The Country Wife is also available in the collection Restoration Comedy: Three Plays. The Country Wife is a set text for AQA English Literature A/AS Level and for WJEC Drama and Theatre Arts A/AS Level.
The Country Wife is a comedy by William Wycherley, and this quiz/worksheet combo will help you test your understanding of the play.
You'll be assessed on. Category: Poetry & Drama The author of the book: William Wycherley Format files: PDF, EPUB, TXT, DOCX The size of the: MB Language: English ISBN Edition: NICK HERN BOOKS Date of issue: 1 April Get Your Custom Essay on ”The Country Wife” by William Wycherley Just from $13,9/Page Get custom paper Yet, more commonly inferred is the critical denouncement against the hypocrisy of ‘respectable’ people and their attitudes towards marriage, mirroring the age in.
The Country Wife was written by William Wycherley in Wycherley himself was born in England in /1. It was considered so rude that it wasn’t performed from the 18th-century until the 20th-century. William Wycherley, by Peter Cross, watercolour on vellum, circa National Portrait Gallery. The Country Wife is one of the most powerful expressions of late seventeenth century culture, and it remained a popular play for decades in theaters throughout the English-speaking world.
This play has often been classed by theater historians as a. William Wycherley (Author) William Wycherley was a Restoration playwright, best known for his comedies The Country Wife () and The Plain Dealer (). Wycherley moved in high society, and conducted several liaisons with aristocratic ladies, including the Duchess of C.
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Books Go Search Today's Deals Vouchers AmazonBasics /5(15). The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Wycherley (Wycherley, William, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Wycherley, William, The Country Wife (searchable HTML at Bibliomania) Wycherley, William, The Country-Wife: A Comedy Acted at the Theatre Royal (London: Printed for Thomas Dring.
The resourceful hero of The Country Wife is Horner, the scourge of stupid husbands and the hope of unhappy wives. Through a single simple ruse Horner helps one woman after another settle accounts with a foolish spouse. Margery, the country wife, upsets his plans when she learns the manners of the city and begins to apply them herself.
The Regents Restoration Drama text is /5(6).The Country Wife is a classically bawdy Restoration Comedy. The aptly named Horner is pretending to be a eunuch in order to gain access to women under their husbands' noses.
Pinchwife has recently married an innocent country girl, who immediately falls for Horner. Pinchwife's plans to stop any liaison go badly : William Wycherley.