Late Plays

'Late Plays' can also refer to...

Late Plays

Late Plays

Staging Shakespeare's Late Plays

Dryden's Later Plays and Poems

To Mr. Dryden on his Play, Called, Truth Found too Late

Clifford Davidson, Festivals and Plays in Late Medieval Britain.

VERNON, Frank (1875 - 1940), late RAOC; Play Producer, Author and Manager

CROSFIELD, Arthur Henry (1865 - 1938), late Chairman National Playing Fields Association

Mixed Messages: The Play of Epistolary Codes in Two Late Antique Latin Correspondences *

Playing the citation game in the late 14th-century chanson

Recovering From Spousal Bereavement in Later Life: Does Volunteer Participation Play a Role?

An Attitude Towards the Possible: The Contributions of Pretend Play to Later Adult Consciousness

Kings and Knights at Play in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain

IL-6 plays an obligatory role in late preconditioning via JAK–STAT signaling and upregulation of iNOS and COX-2

BENDALL, Ernest Alfred (1846 - 1924), late Joint Examiner of Plays, St James’s Palace, 1912–20

TRENCH, Herbert (1865 - 1923), writer of poems and plays; late Senior Examiner and Assistant Director of Special Enquiries at Board of Education

“The Play’s The Thing BUT We Are The Thing Itself.” Prologue, Performance and Painting. A multimedia Exploration of Woolf’s Work in the Late 1930s and Her Vision of Prehistory.

Jenny Adams. Power Play: The Literature and Politics of Chess in the Late Middle Ages. (The Middle Ages Series.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2006. Pp. 252. $49.95

Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, George Granville (1888 - 1963), PC 1936, Lord-Lieutenant, Sutherland, 1913–15; former Hon. Col 5th Seaforth Highlanders; former Pres. Sutherland TA Assoc.; former President British Olympic Association; First President (later Vice-President), National Playing Fields Associations: former President British Group Interparliamentary Union


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A term given to Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winter's Tale, and The Tempest, sometimes extended to include All is True (Henry VIII) and The Two Noble Kinsmen. Sometimes also called the Last Plays.

Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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