The Memoirs of Richard Cumberland
AMS Press, 2002 - 490 pages
In these memoirs, Cumberland recounts his career in drama, providing insights into the transitional period which witnessed the transformation from neo-classical literature to the Romantic movement. This fully annotated version contains a lengthy introduction and extensive explanatory notes.
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