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The Country Wife

Autor Wycherley, William
Testimonios
  • The Country Wife, A Comedy. [The Country-Wife, A Comedy]. Wycherley, William. Printed for Thomas Dring at the Harrow at the Corner of Chancery-Lane in Fleet Street. .
  • The Country Wife, A Comedy. [The Country Wife, A Comedy]. Wycherley, William. Reprinted version of 1675 Quarto. . 1683. 4º.
  • The Country Wife, A Comedy. [The Country Wife, A Comedy]. Wycherley, William. Reprinting of 1675 Quarto. . 1688. 4º.
  • The Country Wife, A Comedy. [The Country Wife, A Comedy]. Wycherley, William. Reprinted from 1675 First Quarto. . 1695. 4º.
Ediciones modernas
  • Straub, Kristina et al, ed. The Routledge Anthology of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama. Routledge, 2017.
  • Stern, Tiffany, ed. The Country Wife (2nd). Wycherley, William. London: Bloomsbury, 2014.
  • Douglas, J., Maja-Lisa von Sneidern, ed. The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Drama. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2001.
  • Bush, Ken, ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
  • Dixon, Peter, ed. William Wycherley: The Country Wife and Other Plays. Wycherley, William. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996.
  • Ogden, James The Country Wif. London: A & C Black, 1991.
  • Holland, Peter, ed. The Plays of William Wycherley. Wycherley, William. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981.
  • Friedman, Arthur, ed. The Plays by William Wycherley. Wycherley, William. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979.
  • Cook, David and John Swannell, ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. New York: Methuen, 1975.
  • Hunt, John D., ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. London1973.
  • Salgado, Gamini, ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. In: Salgado, Gamini, ed. Three Restoration Comedies. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1968. Text editor for EMOTHE Digital Library: Tronch Pérez, Jesús.Also available at: https://emothe.uv.es/biblioteca/textosEMOTHE/EMOTHE0274_TheCountryWife.php.
  • Weales, Gerald, ed. Complete Plays. Wycherley, William. New York: Anchor, 1966.
  • Fujimura, Thomas H., ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. Lincoln: Macmillan Press, 1964.
  • Rubin, Steven H., ed. The Country Wife. Wycherley, William. 1961.
  • Summers, Montague, ed. The Complete Works of William Wycherley. Wycherley, William. London1924.
  • Ward, W.C., ed. William Wycherley. London1888.
Datación
  • 1675
Representaciones antiguas
  • Company: The King’s Company Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1675
    Cast:
      Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
      Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos, et al. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
    • Company: The King’s Men Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1675-1676: 16 May
      Cast:
        Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
        Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan A. Prieto Pablos. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
      • Company: The King’s Company Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1683-1684?
        Cast:
          Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
          Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
        • Company: The King’s Men Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1688-1689?
          Cast:
            Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
            Information source: Mora Sena, María José. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
          • Company: The King’s Company Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1694-1695?
            Cast:
              Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
              Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
            • Company: The King’s Men Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1701-1702: 1 Oct, 21 Oct
              Cast:
                Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
                Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos et al.. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682. 2018.
              • Company: The King’s Company Venue: Drury Lane Date: 1702-1703: 29 Dec
                Cast:
                  Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
                  Information source: Mora Sena, María José, Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos. Restoration Comedy, 1671-1682: A Catalogue. 2018.
                Tiempo histórico
                • Siglo XVII
                Lugares de la acción
                • London. [United Kingdom]. Europe
                Bibliografía selecta Estudios críticos:
                • Weber, Harold. "Horner and his "women of honour" the dinner party in the country-wife". Modern Language Quarterly. 1982 (2007), 43.2, p. 107.
                • Knapp, Peggy. "The "Plyant" Discourse of Wycherley's "The Country Wife"". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 200040.3, 40.3, p. 451.
                • Gelineau, David. "“The Country Wife”, Dance of the Cuckolds". Comparative Drama. 2014, 48.3, p. 277-305.
                • Oliver, Kathleen M.. ""I will write Whore with this Penknife in your Face": Female Amatory Letters, the Body, and Violence in Wycherley's "The Country Wife"". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700. 2014, 38.1, p. 41-60.
                • Airey, Jennifer L.. ""For fear of learning new Language": Antitheatricalism and theFemale Spectator in "The Country Wife" and "The Plain Dealer"". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700. 2007, 31.2, p. 1-19.
                • Hawkins, Barry. "“The Country Wife”: Metaphor Manifest". Restoration and Eighteenth Century Theatre Research. 1996, 11.1, p. 40.
                • Cohen, Derek. "The Country Wife and Social Danger". Restoration and Eighteenth Century Theatre Research. 1995, 10.1, p. 1.
                • Velissariou, Aspasia. "Patriarchal tactics of control and female desire in Wycherley's The Gentleman Dancing-Master and The Country Wife". Texas Studies in Literature and Language. 1995, 32.2, p. 115.
                • Ford, Douglas. ""The Country Wife": Rake Hero as Artist". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700. 1993, 17.2, p. 77-84.
                • Ford, Douglas. ""The Country Wife": Rake Hero as Artist". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700. 1993, 17.2, p. 77.
                • Thompson, Peggy. "The Limits of Parody in "The Country Wife"". Studies in Philology. 1992, 89.1, p. 100.
                • Slade, Giles. "The Two Backed Beast: Eunuchs and Priapus in “The Country Wife”". Restoration and Eighteenth Century Theatre Research. 1992, 7.1, p. 23.
                • Marshall, W.. "Wycherley's "Great Stage of Fools": Madness and Theatricality in "The Country Wife"". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 1989, 29.3, p. 409.
                • Burke, Helen M.. "Wycherley’s “Tendentious Joke”: The Discourse of Alterity in “The Country Wife”". The Eighteenth Century. 1988, 29.3, p. 227-241.
                • Payne, Deborah. "Reading the Signs in "The Country Wife"". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 1986, 26.3, p. 403.
                • Mann, David D.. "The Function of the Quack in "The Country Wife"". Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700. 1983, 7.1, p. 19-22.
                • Matalene, H. "What Happens in "The Country-Wife"". Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 1982, 22.3, p. 395.
                • Duncan, Douglas. "Mythic Parody in "The Country Wife"". Essays in Criticism. 1981, 31.4, p. 299.
                • Beauchamp, Gorman. "The Amorous Machiavellism of The Country Wife". Comparative Drama,. 1977, 11.4, p. 316-330.
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                Entidades Patrocinadoras

                Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad / Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades
                Agencia Estatal de Investigación
                FEDER/ERDF
                Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades,Agencia Estatal de Investigación, FEDER/ERDF