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Bibliography and Online Resources for David Garrick



Electronic Resources
Websites
Online Editions
Databases


Biography
Monographs
Essays


Print Editions
Plays
Poetry
Correspondence and Diaries


Criticism, 1980–2005
Monographs
Essays


Art and Exhibitions
Exhibition Catalogs
Monographs
Essays


Auction Catalogs: David Garrick's Effects


Bibliographies and Indexes


Archives and Depositories

 

 



ELECTRONIC RESOURCES (see also Archives and Depositories)

Websites:

Lichfield (England). Lichfield City Council Website. http://www.lichfield.gov.uk/

Orleans House Gallery. Garrick's Temple to Shakespeare. http://www.garrickstemple.org.uk/.

British Museum. Marble Full-Length Figure of William Shakespeare by Louis-François Roubiliac, 1758. http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/compass/ixbin/goto?
id=OBJ3857


The Georgian Theater Website. http://www.faculty.missouristate.edu/w/wjb692f/Research/georgian%20theatre.htm.

 

Twickenham Museum. Garrick's Temple: A Shrine to Shakespeare. http://www.twickenham-museum.org.uk/detail.asp?ContentID=286

Twickenham Museum. Garrick's Villa: His "Little Place at Hampton". http://www.twickenham-museum.org.uk/detail.asp?ContentID=287

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Online Editions (see also Print Editions):

Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616. Romeo and Juliet / by Shakespeare; with alterations, and an additional scene: by D. Garrick; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Printed for J&R Tonson & S. Draper, 1753. In Horace Howard Furness Memorial (Shakespeare) Library.
http://dewey.library.upenn.edu/sceti/printedbooksNew/index.cfm?textID=rj_garrick&PagePosition=1

Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616. The taming of the shrew, or, Catherine and Petruchio / a comedy altered from Shakespeare by David Garrick, esq. Marked with the variations in the manager's book at the Theatre-royal in Covent-garden. London: Printed for C. Bathurst [et al.], 1786. In Horace Howard Furness Memorial (Shakespeare) Library.
http://dewey.library.upenn.edu/sceti/printedbooksNew/index.cfm?textID=shrew_kemble&PagePosition=1

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Databases:

Backstage, a Performing Arts Gateway for the UK. http://www.backstage.ac.uk/

National Archives (Great Britain). A2A: Access to Archives. http://www.a2a.org.uk/

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BIOGRAPHY

Monographs:

Baker, David Erskine, Isaac Reed, and Stephen Jones. Biographia Dramatica; or, a Companion to the Playhouse: Containing Historical and Critical Memoirs, and Original Anecdotes of British and Irish Dramatic Writers, from the Commencement of Our Theatrical Exhibitions. New York: AMS Press, 1966. First published anonymously in 1764 under title: The companion to the playhouse.

Barton, Margaret. Garrick. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1978, c1948.

Benedetti, Jean. David Garrick and the Birth of Modern Theatre. London: Methuen, 2001.

Burnim, Kalman A. David Garrick, Director. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburg Press, 1961.

Davies, Thomas. Dramatic Micellanies [sic] Consisting of Critical Observations on Several Plays of Shakspeare: With a Review of His Principal Characters, and Those of Various Eminent Writers, as Represented by Mr. Garrick, and Other Celebrated Comedians, with Anecdotes of Dramatic Poets, Actors, &C. New York: AMS Press, 1973. Reprint of the 1784 ed.

Davies, Thomas, and David Garrick. Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick. A new ed. New York: B. Blom, 1969. Reprint of the 1808 ed.

England, Martha Winburn. Garrick and Stratford. New York: New York Public Library, 1962.

England, Martha Winburn. Garrick's Jubilee. Columbus: OSU Press, 1964.

Findlater, Richard. Six Great Actors: David Garrick, John Philip Kemble, Edmund Kean, W. C. Macready, Sir Henry Irving, Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson. London: H. Hamilton, 1957.

Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington. The Life of David Garrick; from Original Family Papers, and Numerous Published and Unpublished Sources. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Plutarch Press, 1971. Reprint of the 1868 ed.

Fox, Levi. A Splendid Occasion: the Stratford Jubilee of 1769, Occasional papers; no. 20. Stratford-upon-Avon: Dugdale Society, 1973.

Hedgcock, Frank A. A Cosmopolitan Actor: David Garrick and His French Friends. London: S. Paul, 1912.

Kendall, Alan. David Garrick: A Biography. New York: St. Martin's, 1986.

Knight, Joseph. David Garrick. New York: B. Blom, 1969. Reprint of the 1894 ed.

Matthews, Brander, and Laurence Hutton. Actors and Actresses of Great Britain and the United States, from the Days of David Garrick to the Present Time. New York: Cassell & co., 1886.

McIntyre, Ian. Garrick. London: Allen Lane, 1999.

Murphy, Arthur. The Life of David Garrick. New York: B. Blom, 1969. Reprint of the 1801 ed.

Oman, Carola. David Garrick. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1958.

Parsons, Florence Mary Wilson. Garrick and His Circle. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1906.

Perrin, Michel. David Garrick: Homme de Théâtre. 2 v. Lille: Atelier Reproduction des thèses, Université Lille III; Paris: diffusion H. Champion, 1978.

Stein, Elizabeth P. David Garrick, Dramatist. New York: MLA, 1938.

Stochholm, Johanne M. Garrick's Folly: the Shakespeare Jubilee of 1769 at Stratford and Drury Lane. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1964.

Weir, Rosemary. The young David Garrick . New York: Roy Publishers, 1964. A biography written for children.

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Essays:

Highfill, Philip H., Kalman A. Burnim, and Edward A. Langhans. A Biographical Dictionary of Actors, Actresses, Musicians, Dancers, Managers & Other Stage Personnel in London, 1660–1800.  16 vol. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1973. Vol. 6 includes biographical entries on David, Eva Maria, and George Garrick.

Knight, Joseph. "Garrick, David (1717–1779)." In The Dictionary of National Biography, edited by Leslie Stephen, vol. 7: 895–906. London: Oxford University Press, 1889. 1921–22 Reprint.

Steedman, W. "The Early Years of Mrs. Garrick." Theatre Research International 4 (1979): 94–102.

Thaddeus, Janice Farrar. "A Spirit Free and Female: Eva Maria Garrick." Eighteenth Century Life 10, no. 3 (1986): 86–103.

Thomson, Peter. "Garrick [Née Veigel], Eva Maria [Performing Name Violette] (1724–1822)." In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison, vol. 21: 537–38. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Thomson, Peter. "Garrick, David (1717–1779)." In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, edited by H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison, vol. 21: 527–37. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

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PRINT EDITIONS  (see also Online Editions)

Plays:

Berkowitz, Gerald M., ed. The Plays of David Garrick, Eighteenth-Century English Drama; 16. 4 vols. New York: Garland Pub., 1981.

Chevalier, Noel, ed. The Clandestine Marriage by David Garrick & George Colman the elder. Together with Two Short Plays. Broadview literary texts. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview, 1995.

Garrick, David. Cornmarket Acting Versions of Shakespeare's Plays From the Restoration to the Death of David Garrick. London: Cornmarket Press, 1969–1970. Ten Garrick versions are included in this series of facsimilies of eighteenth-century editions held by the Birmingham Shakespeare Library.

Garrick, David. The Dramatic Works. Farnborough: Gregg, 1969.  Facsimile reprint of 1st ed., London: Millar, 1798.

Osborn, Louise Brown. Three Farces by David Garrick: The Lying Valet. A Peep Behind the Curtain; or, The New Rehearsal. Bon ton; or, High Life Above Stairs. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1925.

Pedicord, Harry William Pedicord, and Fredrick Louis Bergmann, eds. The Plays of David Garrick: A Complete Collection of the Social Satires, French Adaptations, Pantomimes, Christmas and Musical Plays, Preludes, Interludes, and Burlesques, to Which Are Added the Alterations and Adaptations of the Plays of Shakespeare and Other Dramatists from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries. 7 vols. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1980.

Stein, Elizabeth P., ed. Three Plays by David Garrick. New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1926.

Wood, E. R., ed. Plays by David Garrick and George Colman the Elder. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

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Poetry:

Garrick, David. The Bankrupt Beauty: David Garrick's Unpublished Poem to the Honourable Mrs. Bouverie. Samuel Johnson Society of Southern California, 1992.

Garrick, David. The Poetical Works. New York: B. Blom, 1968. Reprint of the 1785 ed.

Hainsworth, J. D., ed. David Garrick: Selected Verse, University of New England Monographs 2. Armidale: University of New England, 1981.

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Correspondence and Diaries:

Baker, George Pierce, ed. Some Unpublished Correspondence of David Garrick. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1907.

Boaden, James, ed. The Private Correspondence of David Garrick, with the Most Celebrated Persons of His Time: Now First Pub. From the Originals, and Illustrated with Notes. And a New Biographical Memoir of Garrick. London: H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1831.

Dircks, P. T. "Thomas Arne to David Garrick: An Unrecorded Letter." Theatre Notebook 30, no. 2 (1976): 87–90.

Goslin, Ryllis Clair Alexander, ed. The Diary of David Garrick, Being a Record of His Memorable Trip to Paris in 1751. New York: Oxford University Press, 1928.

Gury, Jacques. "A Letter to David Garrick." Notes and Queries 23, no. 11 (1976): 504–06.

Kahrl, George Morrow, ed. The Correspondence of James Boswell with David Garrick, Edmund Burke, and Edmond Malone, The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell, His Correspondence; vol. 4. London: Heinemann, 1986.

Little, David Mason, ed. Pineapples of Finest Flavour, or, a Selection of Sundry Unpublished Letters of the English Roscius, David Garrick. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1930.

Little, David Mason and George Morrow Kahrl, eds. The Letters of David Garrick. 3 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1963.

National Art Library (Great Britain). Victoria and Albert Museum. John Forster Collection. The Papers of David Garrick. Pt. 1. Correspondence from the John Forster Collection of the National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Reading, England: Research Publications, 1988. 10 microfilm reels.

Nicholls, James C., ed. Mme Riccoboni's Letters to David Hume, David Garrick, and Sir Robert Liston, 1764–1783, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century; vol. 149. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institution, 1976.

Pedicord, Harry William. "Mr. And Mrs. Garrick: Some Unpublished Correspondence." PMLA (1945): 775–83.

Spencer, Albert Edward John, and Christopher Dobson, eds. Letters of David Garrick and Georgiana, Countess Spencer, 1759–1779. Cambridge: Printed for presentation to members of the Roxburghe Club, 1960.

Stone, George Winchester, ed. The Journal of David Garrick, Describing His Visit to France and Italy in 1763. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 1939.

Tierney, James E. "Two New Garrick Letters [to Dr. William Falconer]." Bulletin of Research in the Humanities 83, no. 1 (1980): 172–73.

Williams, Charles Riddell. "David Garrick, Actor–Manager: Two Unpublished Letters [to actor Thomas Love]." Cornhill Magazine 3rd. ser., v. 66 (1929): 289–97.

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CRITICISM, 1980–2005

Monographs:

Bevis, Richard W. The Laughing Tradition: Stage Comedy in Garrick's Day. Athens: U. of Georgia Pr., 1980.

Burden, Michael. Garrick, Arne, and the Masque of Alfred: A Case Study in National, Theatrical, and Musical Politics. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1994.

Dircks, Phyllis T. David Garrick, Twayne's English Authors Series; Teas 403. Boston: Twayne, 1985.

Heartz, Daniel, and John A. Rice, ed. From Garrick to Gluck: Essays on Opera in the Age of Enlightenment, Opera Series; No. 1. Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon Press, 2004.

Neighbarger, Randy L. An Outward Show: Music for Shakespeare on the London Stage, 1660–1830, Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance, No. 27. Westport, Ct.: Greenwood Press, 1992.

Nicoll, Allardyce, and Sybil Marion Rosenfeld. The Garrick Stage: Theatres and Audience in the Eighteenth Century. Manchester Eng.: Manchester University Press, 1980.

Stone, George Winchester, Jr., ed. The Stage and the Page: London's "Whole Show" in the Eighteenth-Century Theatre, Publications from the Clark Library Professorship; 6. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981.

Woodfield, Ian. Opera and Drama in Eighteenth-Century London: The King's Theatre, Garrick and the Business of Performance, Cambridge Studies in Opera. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Woods, Leigh. Garrick Claims the Stage: Acting as Social Emblem in Eighteenth-Century England, Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies, No. 10. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984.

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Essays:

Barbour, Judith. "Garrick's Version: The Production of 'Perdita'." Women's Writing 9, no. 1 (2002): 125–38.

Bataille, Robert R. "David Garrick, William Woodfall, and a New Source for the Life of John Cunningham (1729–1773)." ANQ 8, no. 4 (1995): 8–11.

Bataille, Robert R. "The Kelly-Garrick Connection and the Politics of Theatre Journalism." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 4, no. 1 (1989): 39–48.

Bate, Jonathan. "Johnson, Garrick, and Macbeth." New Rambler (1993): 8–12.

Baugh, Christopher. "Philippe James De Loutherbourg and the Early Pictorial Theatre: Some Aspects of Its Cultural Context." In The Theatrical Space, edited by James Redmond, 99–128. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1987.

Berland, K. J. H. "Frances Brooke and David Garrick." Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture 20 (1990): 217–30.

Brady, Frank. "Mickle, Boswell, Garrick, and the Siege of Marseilles." In Transactions / the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 46, no. 5: [235]–97. Hamden, Conn.: Published for the Academy by Archon Books, 1987.

Branam, George C. "The Genesis of David Garrick's 'Romeo and Juliet'." Shakespeare Quarterly 35 (1984): 170–9.

Burling, William J. and Franken William. "Garrick's Alterations of 'Miss in Her Teens'." Huntington Library Quarterly 62, no. 1–2 (1999): 145–52.

Carr, Stephen Leo, and Peggy A. Knapp. "Seeing through Macbeth." PMLA 96, no. 4 (1981): 837–47.

Chesley, Brent. "Probable Sources for Garrick's Pantomime." Notes and Queries 36, no. 1 (1989): 61–2.

Choudhury, Mita. "Sheridan, Garrick and a Colonial Gesture: The School for Scandal on the Calcutta Stage." Theatre Journal 46, no. 3 (1994): 303–21.

Cocco, Maria Rosaria. "Under the Mulberry Tree: The Garrick/Shakespeare Jubilee of 1769." EuroShakespeares (2002): 7–45.

Copeland, Nancy E. "The Source of Garrick's 'Romeo and Juliet' Text." English Language Notes 24, no. 4 (1987): 27–34.

Copeland, Nancy E. "The Sentimentality of Garrick's 'Romeo and Juliet'." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 4, no. 2 (1989): 1–13.


Cox, Kevin R. "D. Garrick's Bookplate," Journal of Library History 24, no. 3 (1989): 370-373.


Davidhazi, Peter. "'He Drew the Liturgy, and Framed the Rites': The Changing Role of Religious Disposition in Shakespeare's Reception." Shakespeare Survey: An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production vol. 54 (2001): 46–56.

Dircks, Phyllis T. "David Garrick, George III, and the Politics of Revision with Text of 'The Farmer's Return'." Philological Quarterly 76 (1997): 289–312.

Dobson, Michael. "'Remember/First to Possess His Books': The Appropriation of the Tempest, 1700–1800." In The Tempest: Critical Essays, edited by Patrick M. Murphy, 245–56. New York: Routledge, 2001.

Edwards, Paul C. "Elocution and Shakespeare: An Episode in the History of Literary Taste." Shakespeare Quarterly 35, no. 3 (1984): 305–14.

Fleming, Suzannah. "David Garrick: His Garden at Hampton and the 'Cult of Shakespeare'." London Journal 8 (2001–2002): 48–51.

Forbes, Derek. "An Awful Look Upward." Theatre Notebook 38, no. 1 (1984): 10–16.

Fraser, Kevin J. "David Garrick's Dispute with a Person of Honour, Dr John Hill." Notes and Queries 39, no. 1 (1992): 50–4.

Freeman, Jane. "Beyond Bombast: David Garrick's Performances of Benedick and King Lear." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 14, no. 2 (1999): 1–21.

Fulford, Tim. "Britannia's Heart of Oak: Thomson, Garrick and the Language of Eighteenth-Century Patriotism." In James Thomson: Essays for the Tercentenary, edited by Richard Terry, 191–216. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000.

Gray, James. "The Machine as "Dramatis Persona" in the Age of Garrick." Mosaic 15, no. 4 (1982): 107–25.

Green, Katherine S. "David Garrick and the Marriage Habitus: 'The Clandestine Marriage' Revisited." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 13, no. 2 (1998): 17–34.

Harris, Ellen T. "King Arthur's Journey into the Eighteenth Century." Purcell Studies (1995): 257–289.

Heard, Elisabeth J. "The Theatre at Wynnstay: Eighteenth-Century Private Theatricals at Their Finest." Theatre Notebook 58, no. 1 (2004): 18–34.

Holland, Peter. "The Age of Garrick." In Shakespeare: An Illustrated Stage History, edited by Jonathan Bate and Russell Jackson, 69–91. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

Holland, Peter. "David Garrick: '3dly, as an Author'." Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture 25 (1996): 39–62.

Holland, Peter. "Unpublished Scenes in David Garrick's 'Lethe'." Huntington Library Quarterly 57, no. 3 (1994): 300–11.

Hughes, Leo. "A Flawed Tribute to Garrick." Modern Philology 80, no. 4 (1983): 398–405.

Hughes, Leo. "Redating Two Eighteenth-Century Documents." Modern Philology 80, no. 1 (1982): 54–56.

Johnson, Jeffrey Lawson Laurence. "Sweeping up Shakespeare's Rubbish: Garrick's Condensation of Acts IV & V of 'Hamlet'." Eighteenth Century Life 8, no. 3 (1983): 14–25.

Kemp, Ian. "'Romeo and Juliet' and 'Romeo et Juliette'." Berlioz studies (1992): 37–79.

Kinservik, Matthew J. "Garrick's Unpublished Epilogue for Catherine Clive's 'The Rehearsal: Or, Bays in Petticoats' (1750)." Etudes Anglaises 49, no. 3 (1996): 320–26.

Klepac, Richard L. "The Macklin-Garrick Riots." Theatre Notebook 52, no. 1 (1998): 8–17.

Kobialka, Michal. "Words and Bodies: A Discourse on Male Sexuality in Late Eighteenth-Century English Representational Practices." Theatre Research International 28, no. 1 (2003): 1–19.

Koenig, Bruce A. "Where Was Garrick's Prompter?" Theatre Notebook 37, no. 1 (1983): 9–14.

Leacroft, Richard. "Garrick's Drury Lane." Theatre Notebook (1981): 130–31.

Lee, Kyung Ook. "Shakespeare Wha Garrick: Elijah, Elisha Inga? [Shakespeare and Garrick: Elijah and Elisha?]." Shakespeare Review (Shakespeare Society of Korea) (2002): 411–31.

Link, V. "'The Little Man's Departure': An Unnoticed Literary Portrait of Garrick." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 215 (1982): 171–74.

Marsden, Jean I. "Improving Shakespeare: From the Restoration to Garrick." In Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Stage, edited by Stanley Wells and Sarah Stanton, 21–36. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

McPherson, Heather. "Theatrical Riots and Cultural Politics in Eighteenth-Century London." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 43, no. 3 (2002): 236–53.

Milhous, Judith. "David Garrick and the Dancing Master's Apprentice." Essays in Theatre 2, no. 1 (1983): 19.

Milhous, Judith and Robert D. Hume. "A Drury Lane Account Book for 1745–46." Theatre History Studies 10 (1990): 67–104.

Milhous, Judith and Robert D. Hume. "The Drury Lane Actors' Rebellion of 1743." Theatre Journal 42, no. 1 (March 1990): 57–80.

Milhous, Judith and Robert D. Hume. "The Drury Lane Theater Library in 1768." Yale University Library Gazette 68, no. 3–4 (1994): 116–34.

Milhous, Judith and Robert D. Hume. "David Garrick and Box-Office Receipts at Drury Lane in 1742–43." Philological Quarterly 67, no. 3 (1988): 323–44.

Mullin, Donald. "Lighting on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage: A Reconsideration." Theatre Notebook 34, no. 2 (1980): 73–85.

Murdoch, Tessa. "Louis Francois Roubiliac and His Huguenot Connections." Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London 24, no. 1 (1983): 26–45.

Noda, Manabu. "The Primary of the Sense of the Body over the Sense of the Line: David Garrick's Acting of Shakespeare." In Japanese Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, edited by Yoshiko Kawachi,  180–96. Newark: University of Del. Press: Associated Univ. Presses, 1998.

O'Brien, John. "Harlequin Britain: Eighteenth-Century Pantomime and the Cultural Location of Entertainment(s)." Theatre Journal 50, no. 4 (1998): 489–510.

Orgel, Stephen. "The Authentic Shakespeare." Representations 21 (1988): 1–25.

Parry-Wingfield, Catherine. "David Garrick and the Art of Living." Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland 28, no. 2 (2004): 176–86.

Payne, Linda R. "Garrick's Incidental Lyrics: Supplementing, Not Supplanting Shakespeare." Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture 16 (1986): 165–81.

Payne, Linda R. "'Setting Shakespear a-Quavering': Characterization and Lyrics in Garrick's Shakespearean Operas of the 1750s." Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research 11, no. 2 (1996): 22–38.

Pedicord, Harry William. "Garrick Produces King John." Theatre Journal 34, no. 4 (1982): 441–49.

Pedicord, Harry William. "George Colman's Adaptation of Garrick's Promptbook for 'Florizel and Perdita'." Theatre Survey 22, no. 2 (1981): 185–90.

Pedicord, Harry William. "'Ragandjaw': Garrick's Shakespearean Parody for a Private Theatre." Philological Quarterly 60, no. 2 (1981): 197–204.

Pedicord, Harry William. "Shakespeare, Tate, and Garrick: New Light on Alterations of 'King Lear'." Theatre Notebook 36, no. 1 (1982): 14–20.

Pedicord, Harry William. "On-Stage with David Garrick: Garrick's Acting Companies in Performance." Theatre Survey 28 (1987): 51–74.

Pendleton, Thomas A. "Garrick and the Pickford-Fairbanks 'Shrew'." Shakespeare on Film Newsletter 12, no. 1 (1987): 11.

Pike, David. "Down by the Dark Arches: A Cultural History of the Adelphi." London Journal 27, no. 1 (2002): 19–41.

Powell, Jocelyn. "Dance and Drama in the Eighteenth Century: David Garrick and Jean Georges Noverre." Word and Image 4, no. 3 (1988): 678–91.

Rizzo, Betty. "Richard Rolt and David Garrick: Rolt's 1750 'Rosciad', Other Attributions, and His Drury Lane Career." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 79, no. 4 (1985): 489–98.

Roach, Joseph R., Jr. "Garrick, the Ghost and the Machine." Theatre Journal 34, no. 4 (1982): 431–40.

Rogers, P. A. T. "David Garrick: The Actor as Culture Hero." Themes in Drama 6 (1984): 63–83.

Rosenberg, Marvin. "Shame on You, David Garrick—or, What the Victorian Theater Did to Shakespeare's Tragedies." In The Adventures of a Shakespeare Scholar, edited by Marvin Rosenberg, 271–85. Newark: University of Del. Press: Associated Univ. Presses, 1997.

Rosenberg, Mary. "Garrick's Hamlet: A Hat and a Cloak." In KM 80: A Birthday Album for Kenneth Muir, Tuesday, 5 May 1987, edited by Arnold Kettle, 124–25. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 1987.

Sechelski, Denise S. "Garrick's Body and the Labor of Art in Eighteenth-Century Theater." Eighteenth Century Studies 29, no. 4 (1996): 369–89.

Shapiro, James. "'Shakespur and the Jewbill'." Shakespeare Survey: An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production 48 (1995): 51–60.

Solheim, Helene. "'Humani nihil' and Shakespeare's 1598 'Henry IV'." Notes and Queries 45, no. 1 (1998): 75–76.

Solheim, Helene. "David Garrick's Role in Richard Suett's Career." Notes and Queries 47, no. 2 (2000): 210.

Stowell, Sheila. "Actors as Dramatic Personae: Nell Gwynne, Peg Woffington and David Garrick on the Victorian Stage." Theatre History Studies 8 (1988): 117–36.

Sutton, R. B. "Further Evidence of David Garrick's Portrayal of Hamlet from the Diary of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg." Theatre Notebook 50, no. 1 (1996): 8–14.

Symes, Michael. "David Garrick and Landscape Gardening." Journal of Garden History 6, no. 1 (1986): 34–49.

Taylor, George. "Francois Delsarte: A Codification of Nineteenth-Century Acting." Theatre Research International 24, no. 1 (1999): 71–81.

Vance, John A. "A Peep Behind the Curtain: David Garrick, Playwright and Adaptor." Papers on Language and Literature 20, no. 3 (1984): 339–51.

Varey, Simon. "A Star Is Born." Notes and Queries 40, no. 3 (1993): 335–36.

Visser, Colin. "Garrick's 'Palace of Armida': A Neglected Document." Theatre Notebook 34, no. 3 (1980): 104–11.

Wahrman, Dror. "Percy's Prologue: From Gender Play to Gender Panic in Eighteenth-Century England." Past & Present, no. 159 (1998): 113–60.

Wengrow, Arnold. "Restoration of Garrick's Temple." British Heritage 20, no. 3 (1999): 16–17.

Wheeler, David. "After the Restoration: David Garrick's 'The Country Girl'." CLA Journal 36, no. 4 (1993): 430–39.

Whistler, C. "An Exchange of Gifts between David Garrick and Richard Kaye." Burlington Magazine 139, no. 1130 (1997): 329–30.

Wilkshire, Frances M. "'Cher Et Illustre Roscius': David Garrick's Influence on the Dramatic Theories of Diderot." Man and Nature: Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies 6 (1987): 21–34.

Wilkshire, Frances M. "Garrick's Role in the Shakespeare Controversy in France." In L' Age du théâtre en France/the Age of Theatre in France, edited by David Trott, 219–30. Edmonton: Academic Printing & Pub., 1988.

Wilson, Michael S. "Garrick, Iconic Acting, and the Ideologies of Theatrical Portraiture." Word and Image 6, no. 4 (1990): 368–94.

Woods, Leigh. "Crown of Straw on Little Men: Garrick's New Heroes." Shakespeare Quarterly 32 (1981): 69–79.

Woods, Leigh. "Garrick's King Lear and the English Malady." Theatre Survey 27 (1986): 17–35.

Woods, Leigh. "Garrick's Roles at Ipswich in the Summer of 1741." Theatre Survey 26 (1985): 81–84.

Woods, Leigh. "Which Face to Show? Garrick as Comic Actor." Essays in Theatre 7, no. 1 (1988): 5–18.

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ART AND EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition Catalogs (See also Archives and Depositories):

Craven, Babette. Nathaniel Dance, 1735–1811. 25 June to 4 September 1977. London: Greater London Council, 1977.

Joppien, Rüdiger. Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, RA, 1740–1812. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Kenwood, The Iveagh Bequest. London, Greater London Council, 1973.

Lennox-Boyd, C. A., Guy Shaw, and Sarah Halliwell. Theatre: The Age of Garrick: English Mezzotints from the Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Courtauld Institute Galleries, 24 March to 30 May 1994. ed. London: Christopher Lennox-Boyd, 1994.

Mackintosh, Iain and Geoffrey Ashton. Thirty Different Likenesses: David Garrick in Portrait and Performance: An Exhibition. Buxton, Derbyshire: The Buxton Museum and Art Gallery, 1981. Catalog of a loan exhibition held July 25–Aug. 22, 1981.

Parks, Stephen. "A Commemoration of David Garrick, (1717–1779): An Exhibition of Manuscripts, Books, Prints and Drawings in the Beinecke Library, October–December 1979." Yale University Library Gazette 54 (1979): 1–14.

Philbrick, Norman, and John Clyde Loftis. Garrick's London: Of Books and the Theatre; an Introduction to His Library and This Exhibition. Published upon the occasion of an exhibition in the J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library from Oct. 1969 to Jan. 1970 as drawn from the Philbrick Library of English & American drama & theatre. Stanford: Stanford University Libraries, 1969.

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. Every Look Speaks: Portraits of David Garrick: An Exhibition at Holburne Museum of Art, Bath, 16th September to 7th December 2003." Bath: Moore Stephens, 2003.

Smith, Helen R. David Garrick, 1717–1779: A Brief Account, British Library Monograph; No. 1. Written to accompany the British Library's exhibition held in the King's Library from 30th November 1979–11th May 1980. London: British Library, 1979.

Snodin, Michael. Rococo: Art and Design in Hogarth's England: 16 May–30 September 1984, the Victoria and Albert Museum. London: Trefoil Books: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1984.

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Monographs

Baugh, Christopher. Garrick and Loutherbourg, Theatre in focus. Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey in association with The Consortium for Drama and Media in Higher Education, 1990.

Bindman, David, and Malcolm Baker. Roubiliac and the Eighteenth-Century Monument: Sculpture as Theatre. New Haven: Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press, 1995.

Brackett, Oliver. Accounts of Chippendale, Haig & Co for the Furnishing of David Garrick's House in the Adelphi. Manuscript accounts are held by the Victoria and Albert Museum. Dept. of Woodwork. London: H. M. Stationery off., 1920.

Burnim, Kalman A., and Philip H. Highfill. John Bell, Patron of British Theatrical Portraiture: A Catalog of the Theatrical Portraits in His Editions of Bell's Shakespeare and Bell's British Theatre. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998.

Daniel, George. Garrick in the Green Room! A Biographical and Critical Analysis of a Picture, Painted by William Hogarth, and Engraved by William Ward. London: James Webb Southgate, 1829.

West, Shearer. The Image of the Actor: Verbal and Visual Representation in the Age of Garrick and Kemble. London: Pinter Publishers, 1991.

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Essays

Allen, Ralph G. "'A Christmas Tale,' or, Harlequin Scene Painter." Tennessee Studies in Literature 19 (1974): 149–161.

Bertelsen, Lance. "David Garrick and English Painting." Eighteenth Century Studies 11 (1978): 308–24.

Bolton, Arthur T. "Garrick's Villa, Hampton, Middlesex: The Residence of Mrs. Hutchinson." Country Life 40, no. 1042 (1916): 756–762.

Brett-James, Norman George. "The Garrick-Shakespeare Memorial." Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 10 (1951): 55–8, 155–6.

Burnim, Kalman A. "Looking Upon His Like Again: Garrick and the Artist." In British Theatre and the Other Arts, 1660–1800, edited by Shirley Strum Kenny, 182–218. Washington, D.C.: Folger Shakespeare Library, 1983.

Busch, W. "Hogarths und Reynolds' Porträts des Schauspielers Garrick." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte. 47, no. 1 (1984): 82–99.

Cook, Michael. "Two Branches of History." Working Wood 2, no. 3 (1980): 56–58.

Corri, Adrienne. "Gainsborough's Early Career: New Documents and Two Portraits." Burlington Magazine 125 (1983): 210–216.

Craven, Babette. "Derby Figures of Richard III." English Ceramic Circle Transactions 10, no. 2 (1977): 95–98.

Edwards, Ralph. "The Dumb Rhetoric of the Scenery." Apollo 95 (1972): 14–21.

Galbraith, Letitia. ”Garrick's Furniture at Hampton." Apollo 96 (1972): 46–55.

Gilbert, Christopher. "5 Royal Adelphi Terrace and 27 Southampton Street, London and Garrick's Villa at Hampton, Middlesex." In The Life and Work of Thomas Chippendale, vol. 1: 236–48. London: Studio Vista, 1978.

Lawrence, W. J. "Portraits of David Garrick." Connoisseur 11 (1905): 211–18.

Lynch, Deidre. "Overloaded Portraits: The Excesses of Character and Countenance." In Body & Text in the Eighteenth Century, 112–43. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1994.

Mackintosh, Iain. "David Garrick and Benjamin Wilson." Apollo 121 (1985): 314–20.

Mallet, J.V.G. "Some Portrait Medallions by Roubiliac." Burlington Magazine 104 (1962): 153–158.

Mannings, David. "Reynolds, Garrick, and the Choice of Hercules." Eighteenth Century Studies 17, no. 3 (1984): 259–83.

Millar, Oliver. "'Garrick and his wife' by William Hogarth." Burlington Magazine 104 (August 1962): 347–8.

Postle, Martin. "Gainsborough's 'Lost' Picture of Shakespeare: 'A Little Out of the Simple Portrait Way.'" Apollo 134, no. 358 (1991): 374–379.

Postle, Martin. "Reynolds, Shaftesbury, Van Dyck and Dobson: Sources for Garrick between Tragedy and Comedy." Apollo 132, no. 345 (1990): 306–11.

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. "Eighteenth-Century Performances of Shakespeare Recorded in the Theatrical Portraits at the Garrick Club." Shakespeare Survey: An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production 51 (1998): 107–23.

Simon, Robin. "Hogarth's Shakespeare." Apollo 109 (1979): 213–20.

Smith, Helen. The story of Garrick and his life at Hampton. Richmond: Garrick Temple Trust, 1998.

Strugnell, Anthony. "Diderot, Hogarth and the ideal model." British Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 18, no. 2 (1995): 125–37.

Tattersall, Bruce. "Henry Webber: Art at the Service of Industry." Apollo 121 (1985): 36–42.

Yarbough, Raymond. "Bow porcelain and London's music theatre." Ars ceramica 10 (1993): 28–40.

Wendorf, Richard. "Hogarth's Dilemma." Art Journal 46, no. 3 (1987): 200–208.

Wills, Geoffrey. "Garrick, Liston and Some Others." Apollo vol. 86, no. 66 (Aug. 1967): 124–129.

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AUCTION CATALOGS: David Garrick's Effects:

Burrell and Sons. A Catalogue of the Late David Garrick's Effects in the Adelphi … To Be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Burrell & Sons, on the Premises. No. 5 on the Royal Terrace, on Thursday, July 3, and The Following Day. London, 1823.

Burrell and Sons. A Catalogue of the Valuable and Curious Effects of the Late David Garrick at Hampton, Including the Antique Elbow Chair, Enriched with Emblematical Carved Work, and a Medallion of Shakespeare, Formed in the Wood of the Mulberry Tree, by Hogarth: To Be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Burrell & Sons, on the Premises, at Hampton, Middlesex, on Monday, July 21, and Two Following Days. London: J. Shuttleworth & Co., 1823.

Christie, Manson and Woods. A Catalogue of the Small, but Valuable Collection, of Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch, and English Pictures, the Property of the Late David Garrick.: To Be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Christie. On Monday, June the 23d, 1823. London: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1823.

Christie, Manson and Woods. A Catalogue of a Valuable and Highly Interesting Collection of Engravings: Consisting Chiefly of English and Foreign Portraits, Including the Scarce Portrait of Sir T. Chaloner, by Hollar, and Others.: The Property of the Late David Garrick, Esq. Which Will Be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Christie. On Thursday, May the 5th, 1825, at One O'clock Precisely. S.l., 1825.

Hodgson and Co. A Catalogue of Valuable and Interesting Autograph Letters, Mss. and Documents: Comprising an Important Series of Letters from David Garrick to the Countess of Burlington with Others from Mrs. Garrick to the Same…Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Hodgson & Co.…on Thursday, May 22nd, 1919. London: Messrs. Hodgson & Co., 1919.

Ifan Kyrle Fletcher. David Garrick. London, 1939.

Phillips Son and Neale. Autograph Letters, Manuscripts, Books, Atlases & Maps: Including the Garrick Papers and a Collection of Fine Natural History Books. To Be Sold by Auction Thursday 19 March 1992 at 1 P.M. London, 1992.

Puttick and Simpson. Catalogue of a Collection of Autograph Letters of Every Class and Period: Mostly in Fine Preservation, Including Forty-eight Unpublished Letters of David Garrick…Which will be Sold by Auction…on Thursday, March 16th, 1848 and Following Day. London: Messrs. Puttick and Simpson, 1848.

Puttick and Simpson. Catalogue of Autograph Letters & Documents.: Also the Collection of Garrick Relics. (by Order of the Representatives of the Late Mrs. Garrick): Which Will Be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Puttick & Simpson. On Wednesday, July 11th, 1900 at Ten Minutes Past One O'clock Precisely, London, 1900.

Robins, Messrs. Catalogue of the Miscellaneous Assemblage of Valuable Property of Mrs. Garrick, Dec'd … Removed from the Residence in the Adelphi Terrace and Hampton … Sold at Auction by Messrs. Robins … Covent Garden … 22 May 1823. London, 1823.

Saunders, Mr. (Robert). A Catalogue of the Library: Splendid Books of Prints, Poetical and Historical Tracts, of David Garrick, Esq. Which Will Be Sold by Auction by Mr. Saunders. On Wednesday, April 23d, 1823, and 9 Following Days. London, 1823.

Sotheby, S. Leigh and Co. Catalogue of the Miscellaneous Library of Mr. John Field…to Which is Added, a Portion of the Library of David Garrick…Which will be Sold by Auction…on Tuesday, July 25th, 1848, and Two Following Days. [London]: S. Leigh Sotheby & Co., 1848.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge. Catalogue of Most Interesting and Valuable Books and Manuscripts, Including the Property of a Baronet, the Property of a Gentleman, Books from the Library of David Garrick (with a MS. Volume in his Autograph)…the Library of the Late Sir William Pole, and Other Properties ...; Which will be Sold by Auction…on Wednesday, the 19th February, 1896, and Three Following Days. London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1896.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge. Catalogue of Autograph Letters and Historical Documents: Including Specimens of John Gay, Dr. Johnson, D. Garrick, John Locke, Racine, Voltaire, and Others…Which Will be Sold by Auction…on Saturday, the 1st of December, 1906. London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1906.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge. Catalogue of Valuable Autograph Letters and Historical Documents Including Letters from George Washington, Edmund Burke, and David Garrick; the Property of Paul Schoedelin, Esq. ...: Which will be Sold at Auction…on Thursday, 7th of December, 1911, and Following Day. London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1911.

Sotheby, Wilkinson and Hodge. Catalogue of Autograph Letters and Historical Documents: Including Letters of Charles I, Charles II, Garrick, Nelson, Burns, Thackeray, etc.; the Property of J.E. Hales, Esq.…Which will be Sold by Auction…on Thursday, the 14th of March, 1912, and Following Day. London: Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1912.

Facsimile reproductions of the Saunders 1823, Sotheby 1848, and the Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge 1896 auction catalogs are reproduced in:

Munby, A.N.L. and James Fullarton Arnott, eds. Sale catalogues of libraries of eminent persons, vol. 12, Actors . London: Mansell, 1971.

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND INDEXES:

Arnott, James Fullarton, Robert William Lowe, and John William Robinson. English Theatrical Literature, 1559–1900: A Bibliography; Incorporating Robert W. Lowe's 'A Bibliographical Account of English Theatrical Literature' Published in 1888.  London: Society for Theatre Research, 1970.

Berkowitz, Gerald M. David Garrick: A Reference Guide. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1980.

Knapp, Mary Etta. A Checklist of Verse by David Garrick. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1955.

Knapp, Mary Etta. A Revision of a Checklist of Verse by David Garrick. New Haven, 1974.

Langhans, Edward A. Eighteenth Century British and Irish Promptbooks: A Descriptive Bibliography, Bibliographies and Indexes in the Performing Arts, No. 6. New York: Greenwood Press, 1987.

MacMillan, Dougland, Drury Lane Calendar, 1747–1776. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1938.

Schneider, Ben Ross. Index to the London Stage, 1660–1800. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1979.

Shattuck, Charles Harlen. The Shakespeare Promptbooks: A Descriptive Catalogue. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965.

Stone, George Winchester, Jr., Emmett L. Avery, Arthur H. Scouten, and Charles Beecher Hogan, eds. The London Stage, 1660–1800: A Calendar of Plays, Entertainments & Afterpieces, Together with Casts, Box-Receipts and Contemporary Comment. 11 vols. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1960–1968.

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ARCHIVES AND DEPOSITORIES  (see also Exhibition Catalogs; Electronic Resources):

British Library. http://www.bl.uk

Published guides:

Kahrl, George Morrow, and Dorothy Anderson. The Garrick Collection of Old English Plays: A Catalogue with an Historical Introduction. London: British Library Reference Division, 1982.

Folger Shakespeare Library. http://www.folger.edu/garrick

Published guides:

Pressly, William L. A Catalogue of Paintings in the Folger Shakespeare Library: 'As Imagination Bodies Forth.' New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.

Ziegler, Georgianna. "The Garrick Collection at the Folger Shakespeare Library: New Initiatives." Theatre Survey (2001): 85–88.

Garrick Club. http://www.garrickclub.co.uk

Published guides:

Ashton, Geoffrey, and Kalman A. Burnim, and Andrew Wilton, eds. Pictures in the Garrick Club: A Catalogue of the Paintings, Drawings, Watercolours and Sculpture. London: Garrick Club, 1997.

Boas, Guy. The Garrick Club, 1831–1947. London: The Club, 1948.

Burnim, Kalman A., and Andrew Wilton. The Richard Bebb Collection in the Garrick Club: A Catalogue of Figures, Sculptures and Paintings. London: Unicorn, 2001.

Fitzgerald, Percy Hetherington. The Garrick Club. London: E. Stock, 1904.

Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. Dramatic Art: Theatrical Paintings from the Garrick Club. London: Dulwich Picture Gallery, 1997.

Simon, Robin. "Theatrical Pictures from the Garrick Club at Dulwich." Apollo 145 (1997): 57–81.

Harvard University. Harvard Theatre Collection. http://hcl.harvard.edu/houghton/departments/htc/theatre.html

Online guides:

Drury Lane Theatre (London, England). Financial Records, 1747–1817. 24 items. MS Thr 12.   http://oasis.harvard.edu:10080/oasis/deliver/findingAidDisplay?_collection=oasis&inoid=995

Hereford Museum and Art Gallery. http://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/leisure/museums_galleries/2869.asp

Published guides:

Osborn, Aileen. "Garrick Papers in Hereford." Theatre Notebook 54, no. 3 (2000): 138–45.

Huntington Library. Larpent Collection of Manuscript Plays. http://www.huntington.org/ResearchDiv/LitRes.html

Published guides:

MacMillan, Dougald. Catalogue of the Larpent plays in the Huntington Library. San Marino: Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1939.

National Art Library (Great Britain). Includes access to The National Art Library Catalogue. http://www.vam.ac.uk/nal

National Art Library (Great Britain). Victoria and Albert Museum. John Forster Collection. http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/prints_books/forster_collection

Raymond Mander & Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection. http://www.mander-and-mitchenson.co.uk

Published guides:

Mitchenson, Joe and Raymond Mander. Guide to the Maugham Collection of Theatrical Paintings. London: Heinemann and the National Theatre, 1980.

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. http://www.shakespeare.org.uk


Theatre Museum (Great
Britain). http://www.theatremuseum.org.uk


Yale University
. http://www.library.yale.edu/humanities/theater

Online Guides:

Finding Aid to the David Garrick Collection. http://webtext.library.yale.edu/xml2html/beinecke.GARRICK.con.html

 

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