Shakespeare's Dramatic Heritage: Collected Studies in Medieval, Tudor and Shakespearean Drama

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Psychology Press, 2005 - 277 עמודים

Shakespeare's Dramatic Heritage shows that the drama of Elizabethan and Jacobean England is deeply indebted to the religious drama of the Middle Ages and represents a climax, in secular guise, to mediaeval experiment and achievement rather than a new beginning. This is fully examined in terms of dramatic literature as well as in terms of theatres, stages and production conventions.

The plays studied include: Richard II, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet, Macbeth, Coriolanus, The Winter's Tale and Marlowe's King Edward II.

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Drama and Religion in the Middle Ages
1
Dramatic Qualities of the English Morality
24
Webster
42
2
48
Neoclassical Drama in England
67
Shakespeares Small Latine and Less Greeke
84
The Stuart Mask
103
3
110
Shakespeares Stage
132
Notes on Inigo Jones design for
151
х Shakespeares King Richard II and Marlowes
165
the Text
180
i Notes for an actor in the title role
191
i Hellcastle and its Doorkeeper
214
Rehearsal and Performance
232
Index
267

Notes on the Staging of Marlowes Plays
121

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