Anna Bullen; or, Virtue betray"d

a tragedy... . As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. by John Banks

Publisher: Printed for John Bell in London

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SeriesBell"s British theatre [1708-81], 14
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Prominent she-tragedies include Thomas Otway's The Orphan (), John Banks' Virtue Betrayed, or, Anna Bullen (), Thomas Southerne's The Fatal Marriage (), Mary Pix's Ibrahim, the Thirteenth Emperor of the Turks and Nicholas Rowe's The Fair Penitent () and Lady Jane Grey (). Rowe was the first to use the term "she-tragedy," in. Bizarre Books. Jarndyce Greeting Cards. results (displaying results - ) Anna Bullen; or, Virtue betray'd. A tragedy, (Bell's edition.) Printed for John Bell. Front. by Roberts of William Smith as Percy. Disbound. Stock # £ BANKS, John. (Vertue Betray'd.). His other play Virtue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen proved to be his most popular play, and was acted as late as His next play, however, was judged more crude than powerful: The Innocent Usurper, based on the life of Lady Jane Grey, was disliked by both the King's Company and the Duke's Company. pp, also bound with C Cibber - Loves Last Shift or A Fool in Fashion - a comedy pub B Lintot, T Saunders et al 83pp, and with Thomas Otway - The Orphan or The Unhappy Marriage - a tradegy, pub M.P 84pp, and with John Banks - Virtue Betray'd or Anna Bullen - a tradegy 4th edition, pub by J Darby 91pp, All bound together in 1 volume recently rebound in full leather - raised.

  She appeared on the stage with the combined companies of Drury Lane and Dorset Garden, and played for Mrs. Knight's benefit on 27 March the Princess Elizabeth in Banks's ‘Virtue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen,’ and spoke a new epilogue. It tackles three plays of different writers: John Banks' Virtue Betrayed, or, Anna Bullen, Thomas Otway's The Orphan, and Thomas Southerne's The Fatal Marriage because each play exemplifies an.   Here also she played Anna Bullen in ‘Virtue Betrayed,’ Polly in the ‘Beggar's Opera,’ Jane Shore, Berinthia in the ‘Relapse,’ Queen Elizabeth in the ‘Unhappy Favourite,’ Lady Charlot in the ‘Funeral,’ Roxana in the ‘Rival Queens,’ Almeria in the ‘Indian Emperor,’ and Germanicus in ‘Britannia.’.   Lecture and Reading/Performance of Virtue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen by the Globe Theater Abbey Road (wrote on the wall, walked the road, nearly smashed by cars) Karl Marx's grave (irony of the day: charged 3 pounds to enter cemetery).

Other articles where Anne Bullen is discussed: Henry VIII: becomes enamoured of the beautiful Anne Bullen (Boleyn) and, concerned over his lack of a male heir, expresses doubts about the validity of his marriage to Katharine, his brother’s widow. Separately, Anne, though reluctant to supplant the queen, accepts the king’s proposal. Wolsey tries to extend his power over the.   Before this event occurred Smith was, at Dorset Garden, the original Pierre in Otway's ‘Venice Preserved,’ Sir Charles Kinglove in D'Urfey's ‘Royalist,’ King Harry in Banks's ‘Virtue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen,’ Don Carlos in Mrs. Behn's ‘False Count,’ .

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Ibrahim, the Thirteenth Emperor of the Turks is a she-tragedy written by Mary Pix, first performed in Pix's first play, it purported to describe incidents in the life of Ibrahim, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire (who was in fact its eighteenth, not thirteenth, emperor).

The play has been called a "proto-feminist depiction of the power-struggle between a sultan and a seraglian woman". The term she-tragedy refers to a vogue in the late 17th and early 18th centuries for tragic plays focused on the sufferings of an innocent and virtuous woman.

Prominent she-tragedies include Thomas Otway 's "The Orphan" (), John Banks' "Virtue Betrayed, or, Anna Bullen" (), Thomas Southerne 's "The Fatal Marriage" () and Nicholas Rowe's "The Fair Penitent" () and "Lady Jane.Banks did not try the drama again untilwhen his Virtue Betrayed, or Anna Bullen was another success; it proved to be his most popular play, and was acted as late as He tried to stage The Innocent Usurper again inbut on this second attempt the play was banned for political reasons.

Yet he did get the play published in It has been claimed, on various occasions, that Anne Boleyn ‘frenchified’ her name by changing it from ‘Bullen’ to ‘Boleyn’, making it less common and more ‘upmarket’ – “Anne Boleyn” versus “Nan Bullen”.

This is a myth, however, and is actually to do with the fact that there was no .