Stage, Study & Studio The Fun Library
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Stage, Study & Studio The Fun Library

By Various
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Table of Contents
  • STAGE, STUDY & STUDIO
  • PREFACE
  • INDEX TO THE ILLUSTRATIONS
  • CHIEF ARTISTS REPRESENTED
  • PRINCIPAL LITERARY CONTENTS
  • PANTOMIMICS
    • PLAYERS’ PRANKS
  • ON THE STAGE AND OFF
    • EMMA AND ULPHO A DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS WRITTEN FOR EASTER, SANCTIONED BY THE LORD CHAMBERLAIN, BUT REJECTED BY ALL THE THEATRES.
      • ACT I.
      • ACT II.
      • ACT III.
      • ACT IV.
      • ACT V.
    • ACT I.
    • ACT II.
    • ACT III.
    • ACT IV.
    • ACT V.
    • HUMOURS OF THE PLAYHOUSE
    • THE BALD BARON Or, THE FALSE HEIR AND THE ABSENT WILL A SENSATIONAL DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS.
      • ACT I.
      • ACT II.
      • ACT III.
      • ACT IV.
    • ACT I.
    • ACT II.
    • ACT III.
    • ACT IV.
  • FUN AT THE PLAY
    • SCENERY AND COSTUME OF THE STAGE
    • ASS YOU LIKE IT
    • HAMLET’S LAST SOLILOQUY
  • AMONG THE AMATEURS
    • AT THE MASQUERADE
    • THE AMATEUR FLUTE-PLAYER
    • ONLY SEVEN
    • LYCEUM LYRICS
      • (After Ben Jonson.)
      • (After Herrick.)
      • (After Lovelace.)
    • (After Ben Jonson.)
    • (After Herrick.)
    • (After Lovelace.)
  • THE POETS’ CORNER
    • THE POETS AT PLAY
    • MOTLEY’S KINGDOM
    • AN ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF THE POETS
    • POETS AND THEIR PATRONS
      • THE PAST.
      • THE PRESENT.
    • THE PAST.
    • THE PRESENT.
    • My Manuscripts
      • I.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • A MAN I HATE
  • MAINLY ABOUT AUTHORS
    • A WHITCOMB RILEY STORY
    • MARK TWAIN AND THE KEY
    • HUMOURS OF THE PRINTING-HOUSE
    • HARRIS-ING REFLECTIONS
  • THE EDITOR IN HIS DEN
    • HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING
    • THE JOURNALISTIC INSTINCT.
    • APPROVED BY THE EDITOR
    • RULES FOR NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS
    • LITERARY FLUNKEYISM
  • Studies from the Study
    • HUMOURS OF OUR LANGUAGE (Or, MORE “POETS AT PLAY.”)
    • MORE HUMOURS OF ADVERTISING
    • HE NEVER CALLED AGAIN.
    • A DANGEROUS WRITER
    • THE PHILOSOPHER’S REVENGE A STORY WITHOUT WORDS IN SIXTEEN CHAPTERS.
  • FUN IN THE STUDIO
  • ROUND THE GALLERIES
    • PAINTERS AND GAZERS A SKETCH AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY
    • A DREAM OF UNFAIR WOMEN
  • THE ARTIST OUT OF DOORS
    • IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS
  • SCULPTURE & COMEDY
    • PYRAMUS AND THISBE
  • FUNNY FILMS Humours of Photography
    • PHOTOGRAPHIC FAILURES
    • THE PHOTOGRAPHS
  • WANDERING MINSTRELS
    • MRS. BROWN AND THE GERMAN BAND
    • STREET MUSICIANS
  • THROUGH THE OPERA GLASSES
    • THE BOHEMIAN GIRL
    • “TURNED OUT”
    • RECOLLECTIONS OF THE OPERA
    • A WOMAN’S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN
    • THE ONION GIRL
      • PART I.
    • PART I.
    • THE ONION GIRL
      • PART II.
    • PART II.
  • Transcription of texts inside illustrations
    • Page 24.
    • Page 25.
    • Page 27.
    • Page 31.
    • Page32.
    • Page 35.
    • Page 39.
    • Page 56.
    • Page 57.
    • Page 116 top.
    • Page 116 bottom.
    • Page 118.
    • Page 178.
    • Page 190 top.
    • Page 249.
    • Page 287.
  • Transcriber’s Notes
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