It is noticeable that in 1700, the audiences who loved going to theatre had significantly changed. The plays of the earlier decades, which provided licentiousness and opulence, were no longer in vogue. Serious plays with contemporary themes and subject matters had begun to be accepted by the contemporary audiences. Several Restoration comedies used to have the political instabilities under the surface. Such comedies were still present in the 1700s but the change in the taste of the audiences was inevitable. Ready Reference Treatise: The Way of the World Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis
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