William Congreve (1670-1729)

Image non encore disponible
Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 01-1670
Tod : 19-01-1729
Anmerkung :
Dramaturge, librettiste et poète
Sachgruppe : Littératures
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0879 363X

Activities of William Congreve (1670-1729) (168)

Auteur du texte (145)

Congreve, William (1670-1729). The way of the world
Émission "Comédie-Française", France-Culture. Amour pour amour / André Steiger, mise en scène ; William Congreve, texte ; Judith d'Astier, réalisation ; Catherine Salviat, jeu (Mrs Foresight) ; Dominique Rozan, jeu (Sir Samson Legende) ; Claude Mathieu, jeu (Mrs Frail) ; Guy Michel, jeu (Scandale) ; Marcel Bozonnet, jeu (Jérémie) ; Louis Arbessier, jeu (Trapland) ; Nathalie Nerval, jeu (nourrice) ; Jean-Philippe Puymartin, jeu (Valentin Légende) ; François Barbin, jeu (Tattle) ; Sonia Vollereaux, jeu (Angélica) ; Pierre Vial, jeu (Foresight) ; Anne Kessler, jeu (Prudence)
See other documents of William Congreve (1670-1729) as auteur du texte

Traducteur (3)

Ovid's Art of love in three books translated by Mr Dryden, Mr Congreve, etc., together with the Remedy of love (by Mr N. Tate), to which are added the Court of love a tale from Chaucer (by A. Maynwaring) and the History of love (by Charles Hopkins), adorn'd with cuts
Ovid's Art of love in three books translated by Mr Dryden, Mr Congreve, etc., together with the Remedy of love (by Mr N. Tate), to which are added the Court of love a tale from Chaucer (by A. Maynwaring) and the History of love (by Charles Hopkins), adorn'd with cuts
Ovid's Art of love in three books, translated by Mr Dryden, Mr Congreve, etc., together with the Remedy of love [by Mr N. Tate], to which are added the Court of love, a tale from Chaucer [by A. Maynwaring] and the History of love [by Charles Hopkins], adorn'd with cuts

Autre (1)

Incognita : or love and Duty reconciled a novel by M. Congrève

Préfacier (1)

A Very good wife, a comedy [by George Powell], as it is acted by their Majesties servants at the Theatre Royal

Compositeur (1)

Dull god ! canst thou attend the water's fall. - [44]

Documents about William Congreve (1670-1729) (9)

Livres (9)

The feminist voices in Restoration comedy
Character portrayal in Congreve's comedies "The old batchelour", "Love for love", and "The way of the world"
William Congreve
William Congreve
Congreve, the drama, and the printed word
William Congreve
Two edg'd weapons
William Congreve
A Concordance to the plays of William Congreve

See also (8)