Henry M. Milner

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Henry M. Milner
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Period 19th century
Genre Melodrama; Popular tragedy
Magnum opus The Man and The Monster; or The Fate of Frankenstein

Henry M. Milner was a 19th-century playwright and author of melodramas and popular tragedies.[1] His most notable work, The Man and The Monster; or The Fate of Frankenstein opened on 3 July 1826 at the Royal Coburg Theatre, six months after Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's The Last Man was published.[2] Subsequent film adaptations follow Milner's theatrical adaptation of Frankenstein's monstrous creation as a pivotal scene.[3]

Partial list of works[edit]

Promptbook from Milner's Frankenstein, or, The Man and the Monster!
  • Milner, H. M. (1800). Victorine: the maid of Paris : a domestic drama, in four acts. 19th century British drama, no. 430. London: J. Dicks., OCLC 222048541  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. The gambler's fate; or, Thirty years in a gamester's life. A drama, in two acts. New York: Samuel French., OCLC 2325482  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M., & Byron, G. G. B. Mazeppa; or, The wild horse of Tartary. A romantic drama, in three acts. Dramatised from Lord Byron's poem by H.M. Milner, and adapted to the stage under the direction of Mr. Ducrow. London: Dicks., OCLC 31254994  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. Gustavus the third, or, the masked ball! Collection of American and English plays, v. 69. London: J. Duncombe., OCLC 77535789  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M., & Scott, W. The fair maid of Perth; or, The battle of the inch; a...drama in three acts; founded on Sir Walter Scott's novel. London: Lacy., OCLC 80915660  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. (1818). Plays: (submitted to the Lord Chamberlain's Office)., OCLC 81211080  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M., Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London, England), Payne, J. H., & Bishop, H. R. (1824). Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, this present Saturday, June 12, 1824, will be acted, a comedy in one act, called Twelve precisely ... after which (8th time) a new comedy, in three acts, (with some musick) called Charles the Second, or, The merry monarch, the musick composed by Mr. Bishop ... to which will be added (2d time) the revived musical entertainment of Brother and sister, the musick composed by Mr. Bishop. [London]: Printed by W. Reynolds., OCLC 84587683  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. (1826). Frankenstein, or, The man and the monster: a melo drama in two acts ... as performed at the London theatres. London: J. Duncombe &., OCLC 81989936  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. (1830). Masaniello, or, The dumb girl of Portici a musical drama, in three acts. New-York: R.H. Elton., OCLC 53994379  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M., & Ducange, V. (1872). The hut of the red mountain, or, Thirty years of a gambler's life: a drama in three acts. London: S. French., OCLC 14959371  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. (1872). The veteran of 102 years, or, Five generations: a drama in one act. London: S. French., OCLC 14959381  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • Milner, H. M. (1885). Turpin's Ride to York: or, Bonny Black Bess, etc. London., OCLC 84779576  Missing or empty |title= (help)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Henry M. Milner". upenn.edu. Retrieved 2008-07-08. 
  2. ^ Lawson, Shanon (1998-02-11). "A Chronology of the Life of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: 1825-1835". umd.edu. Retrieved 2008-07-08. 
  3. ^ Leitch, Thomas M. (2007), Film adaptation and its discontents : from Gone with the Wind to The Passion of the Christ, Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, p. 207, ISBN 0-8018-8565-5 

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