|Statement||Jane W. Stedman.|
|Contributions||Gilbert, W. S. 1836-1911.|
|LC Classifications||PR4714 .S745 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||2001339045|
W. S. Gilbert:Victorian Entertainer Interpretive criticism applied to the plays of W. S. Gilbert verges upon self-parody, suggests Eric Midwinter. The musical plays to which Sullivan contributed his inimitable scores were careful and calculated blends of the theatrical resources which Gilbert couldAuthor: Eric Midwinter. Apart from his writing for the theater, W. S. Gilbert’s principal literary accomplishment is The Bab Ballads (), whimsical verses that he illustrated himself. Originally published in comic. Buy W.S. Gilberts Thoatrical Criticism by Jane W. Stedman from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Essays and criticism on W. S. Gilbert - Critical Essays. Alone among the comic versifiers of his age— Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, C. S. Calverley, Richard Barham, and others—W. S. Gilbert.
Gilbert was born at 17 Southampton Street, Strand, father, also named William, was briefly a naval surgeon, who later became a writer of novels and short stories, some of which his son t's mother was the former Anne Mary Bye Morris (–), the daughter of Thomas Morris, an apothecary. Gilbert's parents were distant and stern, and he did not have a. W.S. Gilbert, English playwright and humorist best known for his collaboration with Arthur Sullivan in comic operas. Among Gilbert and Sullivan’s notable works are H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, and The Mikado. Learn more about Gilbert’s life and career in this article. The Life of W.S. Gilbert by Andrew Crowther: William Schwenck Gilbert was born at 17 Southampton Street, Strand, London on the 18th of November, , the son of William Gilbert (a retired naval surgeon) and Anne Gilbert. general reader: it was attractively bound, the type was clear, and most of the stage jargon had been excised. Such a. Such a well-published book was unheard of for a new, relatively controversial dramatist like Gilbert, as it typically was the province of older, for long-established dramatists to .
Books. I have included in Some information is taken from various contributions by Philip Plumb to the W.S. Gilbert Society Journal. The 'Bab' Ballads: Much Sound and Little Sense Daily News, , until September Dramatic Criticism, Illustrated Times, Dramatic Criticism. Looking for books by W.S. Gilbert? See all books authored by W.S. Gilbert, including The Pirates of Penzance: or The Slave of Duty, and The Authentic Gilbert & Sullivan Songbook, and more on Get this from a library! W.S. Gilbert: a classic Victorian and his theatre. [Jane W Stedman] -- Sir William Schwenck Gilbert () was the most brilliant dramatist of Victorian England. A daring and cynical playwright, the forerunner of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, he was also a. W. S. Gilbert was one of the giants of nineteenth-century Victorian theatre. He was already the leading young dramatist of his day when he began his celebrated collaboration with Arthur Sullivan, a partnership that produced the great Savoy Operas--still the most popular light operas in the world--and established him at the pinacle of his s: 2.