TITOLO COMPLETO: An Historical and Critical Account of the Theatres in Europe: Viz. The Italian, Spanish, French, English, Dutch, Flemish, and German Theatres. In which is contain'd A Review of the Manner, Persons and Character of the Actors; intermix'd with many Curious Dissertations upon the Drama. Together with Two Celebrated Essays: Viz. An Essay on Action, or, The Art of Speaking in Public: And, A Comparison of the Ancient and Modern Drama. By the famous Lewis Riccoboni of the Italian Theatre at Paris. The Whole illustrated with Notes by the Author and Translator.
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Traduzione delle Réflexions historiques et critiques sur les différents théâtres de l'Europe avec les Pensées sur la Déclamation di Luigi Riccoboni (vedi).
Seconda edizione con nuovo discorso introduttivo: London, printed for T. Waller, 1747.
A General History of the Stage, from its Origin: In which the several Theatres of Europe, Those Particularly of Italy, Spain, France, England, Holland, Flanders, and Germany, with Regard to their Excellencies and Defects, are critically compared with each other; the Various Management of them Described; and the Characters, Manners, and Persons of the Principal Performers considered. Together with Two Essays; On the Art of Speaking in Public, and a Comparison between the Antient and Modern Drama. Translated from the eminent Lewis Riccoboni. The Second Edition. To which is prefixed, An Introductory Discourse concerning the Present State of the English Stage, etc., London, W. Owen and Lockyer Davis, 1754 (vedi). Riedizione del testo del 1741 con nuovo titolo e nuovo discorso introduttivo.
Declamation; or, an Essay on the Art of Speaking in Public: with an Historical and Critical Account of the Theatres in Europe. Viz. Italian, Spanish, French, English, Dutch, Flemish, And German Theatres. With a Review of the Manner, Person, and Character of Actors. With Curious Dissertations on the Drama; and a Comparison of the Dramas of Ancient and Modern. By Lewis Riccoboni of the Italian Theatre at Paris. Illustrated with Notes by the Author and Translator, London, R. Dodsley, 1790 (vedi). Riedizione del testo del 1741 con nuovo titolo e senza discorso introduttivo.