A Short View of the Immorality, and Profaneness of the English Stage together with the Sense of Antiquity on this Argument
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A Short View of the Immorality, and Profaneness of the English Stage together with the Sense of Antiquity on this Argument

By Jeremy Collier
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Table of Contents
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS.
  • THE INTRODUCTION.
  • CHAP. I.
    • The Immodesty of the Stage.
  • CHAP. II.
    • The Profaness of the Stage.
  • CHAP. III.
    • The Clergy abused by the Stage.
  • CHAP. IV.
    • The Stage-Poets make their Principal Persons Vitious, and reward them at the End of the Play.
  • CHAP. V.
    • Remarks upon Amphytrion, King Arthur, Don Quixote, and the Relapse.
      • SECTION I.
      • SECT. II.
        • Remarks upon Don Quixot, &c.
      • Remarks upon Don Quixot, &c.
      • SECT. III.
        • Remarks upon the Relapse.
      • Remarks upon the Relapse.
    • SECTION I.
    • SECT. II.
      • Remarks upon Don Quixot, &c.
    • Remarks upon Don Quixot, &c.
    • SECT. III.
      • Remarks upon the Relapse.
    • Remarks upon the Relapse.
  • CHAP. VI.
    • The Opinion of Paganism, of the Church, and State, concerning the Stage.
  • NOTES (In margin in the Original).
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