GRATIS VERZENDING - GEEN MINIMALE AFNAME - VEILIG BETALEN - RUIME KEUZE - SCHERPE PRIJZEN

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This book throws new light on the complexity and variety of practices which may be defined as 'theatrical' in a broad sense in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English drama. The volume deals first with the mainstream of dramatic production, starting from the anti-theatrical debate which characterized the whole period and increased in intensity as it went on. Here Shakespeare and Ben Jonson come on stage with their rejoinders to this issue. At the same time, while the universities were offering a kind of theatre workshop importing Latin and Italian models, popular performances were being staged in non-theatrical spaces. Tournaments, and their aristocratic codes, are explored as well as more popular and 'marginal' spectacles - such as those of conny-catching improvisers, jugglers, gypsy dancers and fortune-tellers, clowns and prophetesses.

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Uitgever Alessandro Serpieri

Uitgever Paola Pugliatti

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DUIN 3B5CGO5HFH9

GTIN 9783039110797

Verschijningsdatum 16.05.2008

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 362

Product type Paperback

Maat 150 x 220 x 220  mm

Gewicht van product 540 g

English Renaissance Scenes

From Canon to Margins

Paola Pugliatti

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