But I do not regret that Mr. Boucicault has not placed this person upon the stage.
The piece selected was Boucicault's farce, "Wanted—a Widow."
The contrary, however, seems to have been assumed in Boucicault v. Chatterton, both by the bench and bar.
There is thus no flagging of interest in either Bulwer or Boucicault.
Boucicault, who made a great success by dramatizing 'the pathos of Paddy', is not a great writer.
Boucicault's work was materially altered by Joseph Jefferson into the play now closely associated with Jefferson's fame.
Meanwhile Boucicault married, and in the eyes of the world he was a bigamist.
I clearly see the ground of Mr. Boucicault's two objections; but I do not see their force.
Boucicault, whom I knew well of yore in America, introduced it into something.
A familiar instance of this employment of the front scene is found in the "Shaughraun," by Boucicault, before the Irish wake.