Patterns and Perspectives in English Renaissance Drama

Capa
University of Delaware Press, 1988 - 309 páginas
These essays bring attention to the designs that the English Renaissance playwrights imposed on their work. Among the patterns explored are those inspired by the literature, drama, or poetics of classical times and visual patterns derived from traditions of stage presentation.
 

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Índice

Medwall and Massinger
23
The Metamorphosis of Violence in Titus Andronicus
41
English Style French Style
55
Reflections on the Authors Agents in Comedy
65
The Appeal of the Comic Deceiver
78
Aristophanes Plautus Terence and the Refinement of English Comedy
89
The English Masque and the Functions of Comedy
107
Patterns Derived from Traditions of Staging
125
Things as They Are and the World of Absolutes in Jonsons Plays and Masques
179
John Ford and the Final Exaltation of Love
196
Patterns Suited to Perspectives
207
Marlowe and the Jades of Asia
209
The Shadow of Action
225
The Dramatic Structure of The Broken Heart
240
King John and the Drama of History
252
Mad Lovers Vainglorious Soldiers
281

The Wounds of Civil War in Plays by Shakespeare and His Predecessors
127
The Ceremonies of Titus Andronicus
138
Shakespeare and the Ceremonies of Romance
148
Spectacles of State
167
Shakespeare and Fletcher on Love and Friendship
289
Index
304
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Ariel, Volume 21

Visualização de excertos - 1996
Renaissance Papers 1998
Philip Rollinson
Pré-visualização limitada - 1998

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