1 edition of Dolorsolatio : a local political burlesque found in the catalog.
Dolorsolatio : a local political burlesque
First performed at the Theatre Royal, Montreal, on Monday, January 9, 1865. TPL 4448.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Scribble, Sam. Dolorsolatio, a local political burlesque. [Montreal?]: [publisher not identified], ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "First performed at the Theatre Royal, Montreal, on Monday, January 9, " Reproduction of.
Most of the made-in-Canada burlesques that followed in the next 40 years also were written for specific productions.
Often they satirized Canadian politics and society. In 'Sam Scribble' (pseudonym) of Montreal wrote two pro-Canada musical satires: Dolorsolatio, 'a local political burlesque,' and The King of.
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