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Aphra Behn was a British writer and poet from the Restoration era. Behn is noted for being one of the first English women to earn a living by writing and she would become the idol of many famous female authors who followed her. This edition of The Rover includes a table of contents.

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Aphra Behn was a British writer and poet from the Restoration era. Behn is noted for being one of the first English women to earn a living by writing and she would become the idol of many famous female authors who followed her. This edition of The Rover includes a table of contents.

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  • Verlag: Charles River Editors
  • Seitenzahl: 266
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22. März 2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781537806129
  • Artikelnr.: 54171716
Autorenporträt
Behn, Aphra
Aphra Behn (1640-1689) was a prolific play, novel and poetry writer of the English Restoration and was one of the first female English professional writers. Her plays include The Forced Marriage, The Amorous Prince, The Dutch Lover, Abdelazer, The Town Fop, The Rover, Sir Patient Fancy, The Feigned Courtesans, The Young King, The False Count, The Roundheads, The City Heiress, Like Father, Like Son, The Lucky Chance, and The Emperor of the Moon.
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'Behn was a pioneering female playwright and her script twists between full-blooded romp, offering insidious arguments for free love and a more rueful vision of the consequences of the inequality of the sexes.' Robert Shore, Time Out London, 9.7.09