In the same year, with a mixture of tongue-in-cheek and earnestness, The Drama stressed the technical superiority of transpontine
theaters over the patent houses in matters spectral: " [i]n the line of melo-drama the latter are decidedly inferior," as they do not know how to produce "a fine piece of blood and spectacle.
The remaining chapters, on London crime and working-class drama in the transpontine
theaters, seem much more in keeping with the expectations created by the introduction.
The Standard, in an article headlined "The Horrors of Our Walls", referred to "a revolting representation of the closing scene of a Transpontine
melodrama" as the kind of poster which was particularly objectionable (Hewitt 154).
Cittinus Aurelianus Quintilius Stultus (AD 390-427) was the son of a Transpontine
Express instead of TransPennine Express Strangely, one of the most awkward place names in Kirklees - Scissett - is spelled correctly.
In the August 15 finale, played before fewer than 8,000 fans--"the smallest Giant-Dodger crowd in recent memory" (13)--the Giants staged another late-inning rally (they scored the go-ahead run in the sixth and then piled on three more in the ninth), this time against Don Drysdale, and beat the Dodgers 9-4, driving "another spike into the pennant hopes of their transpontine
The second usage, 'the district, extending beyond the bounds of the city, which is subject to the control of the municipal authority', matches the sense of 'liberties' I have offered here in connection with extramural and transpontine
spaces to refer to London's jurisdiction, but specifically to the areas under its control that fell outside of its walls.
flight is in part an allusion or reference to the migration simile of Iliad 3.
In spite of all this transpontine
excitement, however, a vigorous rivalry continues to rage between the capital's swankier North side, and its poorer - but hipper - South.
Far from disappearing from the theatre, members of the working class continued to patronize East End and transpontine
playhouses even late in the nineteenth century.
It is clear that initially all types of theatre from the upmarket Her Majesty's and Covent Garden to the transpontine
and East End theatres were keen to feature the championship fight.
28) At the 'minor' or transpontine
theatres with their mixed bills, the theatre musician had an even heavier workload.