Table of contents for Staging governance : theatrical imperialism in London, 1770-1800 / Daniel O'Quinn.

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Contents
Introduction: The Supplementation of Imperial Sovereignty
Part I. Ethnographic Acts
1. Empire's Vicious Expenses: Samuel Foote's The Nabob and the Credit Crisis of 1772
2. "As Much as Science can Approach Barbarity": Pantomimical Ethnography in
Part II.Women and the Trials of Imperial Masculinity
3. Inchbald's Indies: Meditations on Despotism circa 1784
4. The Raree Show of Impeachment
5. Molière's Old Woman: Judging and Being Judged with Fanny Burney
Part III. A Theatre of Perpetual War
6. Starke Reforms: Martial Masculinity and the Perils of Indianization
7. War and Pre-Cinema: Tipu Sultan and the Allure of Mechanical Display
Afterword: Recreational Alterity
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English drama -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
Imperialism in literature.
Politics and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century.
Theater -- England -- London -- History -- 18th century.
Political plays, English -- History and criticism.
Theater -- Political aspects -- England -- London.
Colonies in literature.