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eBook English Drama: Forms and Development: Essays in Honour of Murial Clara Bradbrook ePub

by M. Axton,R. Williams

  • ISBN: 0521215889
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: M. Axton,R. Williams
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 28, 1977)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1721 kb
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These ten original essays on English drama from Tudor times onwards were first published in 1977

English Drama: Forms and Development: Essays in Honour of Murial Clara Bradbrook. by. Muriel Clara Bradbrook, R. Williams. These ten original essays on English drama from Tudor times onwards were first published in 1977. Each is written by a former member of the Cambridge English Faculty. Each author has an individual approach and makes a fresh contribution to the study of dramatic form seen in a changing historical setting.

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Marie Axton, R. There are essays on genres, on individual playwrights and on social conditions affecting the development of the drama. Together, the essays make a valuable contribution to the study of drama.

These ten original essays on English drama from Tudor times onwards were first published in 1977. Cambridge University Press.

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Marie Axton, The Tudor Mask and Elizabethan Court Drama, in English Drama: Forms and Development: Essays in Honour of Muriel Clara Bradbrook, eds. Marie Axton and Raymond Williams (Cambridge. Marie Axton and Raymond Williams (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1977), 24–47Google Scholar. Dorothy Connell, Sir Philip Sidney: The Maker’s Mind (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977). Marie Axton, The Tudor Mask and Elizabethan Court Drama, in English Drama: Forms and Development: Essays in Honour of Muriel Clara Bradbrook, eds.

These ten original essays on English drama from Tudor times onwards were first published in 1977. Each is written by a former member of the Cambridge English Faculty. Each author has an individual approach and makes a fresh contribution to the study of dramatic form seen in a changing historical setting. There are essays on genres, on individual playwrights and on social conditions affecting the development of the drama. Together, the essays make a valuable contribution to the study of drama.