Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, Volumen19

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S. P. Cerasano, Heather Anne Hirschfeld
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2006 - 352 páginas
Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England is an international volume published annually. Each volume contains essays and studies by critics and cultural historians from both hemispheres as well as substantial reviews of books and essays dealing with medieval and early modern English drama before 1642. Volume 19 reflects a variety of scholarly interests. The collection opens with two essays - each exploring different aspects of John Webster and James Shirley - that further our understanding of attribution studies. One essay - on the ownership of the Bell Savage Playhouse - showcases MaRDiE's ongoing interest in early playhouses, while another - on Marston's Entertainment at Ashby - addresses performance history. Two further essays discuss issues related to stage costuming. Issues of actual identity are raised in an essay concerning John Lyly's biography, while two other authors probe the complex connections between drama and economics. William Rowley's All Lost by Lust becomes the centerpiece for a reassessment of rape tragedy. S. P. Cerasano is the Edgar W. B. Fairchild Professor of Literature at Colgate University.
 

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John Webster James Shirley and the Melbourne Manuscript
21
A Study in Attribution
45
The Bell Savage Inn and Playhouse in London
121
Class Categorization Capitalism and the Problem of Gentle Identity in The Roy all King and the Loyall Subject and Eastward Ho
144
Merchants of Venice in A Knack to Know an Honest Man
194
The Victim of Fashion? Rereading the Biography of John Lyly
210
The Extremities of Sumptuary Law in Robert Greenes Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay
227
Coding Illicit Sexuality in Early Modern London
235
Mary FloydWilson English Ethnicity and Race in Early Modern
286
English Visitors to the Ottoman Empire
295
A History of Texts and Visions
301
Dermot Cavanagh Language and Politics in the SixteenthCentury History Play
304
Transversal Performance and Cultural Dissidence in Early Modern Europe
310
Madness and Gender in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture
317
Equivocation Infidelity and Resistance in Early Modern England
322
Real and Imagined Worlds
328

John Marstons Entertainment at Ashby and the 1606 Fleet Conduit Eclogue
249
Shakespeare CryptoCatholicism Cryptocriticism
259
John Naughton ed Shakespeare and the French Poet
273
Constructions of Britain
279
Andrew Hadfield Shakespeare Spenser and the Matter of Britain
282
Marta Straznicky Privacy Playreading and Early Modern Womens Closet Drama
334
Theater Gender and Religion in late Medieval England
336
Index
342
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Cerasano is professor of English at Colgate University

HEATHER HIRSCHFELD is assistant professor of English at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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