Shakespeare's Dramatic Heritage: Collected Studies in Medieval, Tudor and Shakespearean Drama
Psychology Press, 2005 - 277페이지
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
Dramatic Qualities of the English Morality
Neoclassical Drama in England
Shakespeares Small Latine and Less Greeke
The Stuart Mask
Notes on Inigo Jones design for
х Shakespeares King Richard II and Marlowes
i Notes for an actor in the title role
i Hellcastle and its Doorkeeper
Rehearsal and Performance
Notes on the Staging of Marlowes Plays