By William Davenport Adams
William Davenport Adams, English journalist and writer (1851-1904)
This booklet offers «A booklet of Burlesque», from William Davenport Adams. A dynamic desk of contents permits to leap on to the bankruptcy selected.
Table of Contents
- approximately This Book
- The Beginnings Of Burlesque
- The Palmy Days
- Classical Burlesque
- Burlesque Of Faërie
- Burlesque Of History
- Burlesque Of Shakespeare
- Burlesque of contemporary Drama
- Burlesque Of Opera
- Burlesque Of Fiction And Song
- the recent Burlesque
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