Renaissance Drama as Cultural History: Essays from Renaissance Drama, 1977-1987
The valuable annual Renaissance drama provides a broad forum for scholarly inquiry into the drama of the Renaissance. This collection of essays from past volumes focuses on the relation of the drama to cultural change and employs various historicist approaches to the study of Renaissance drama. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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