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作者 Kinney, Arthur F
書名 A New Companion to Renaissance Drama
出版項 New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017
©2015
國際標準書號 9781118824009 (electronic bk.)
9781118824030
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (659 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture Ser
Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture Ser
附註 Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part I Context -- Chapter 1 The Politics of Renaissance England -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 2 Continental Influences -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3 Medieval and Reformation Roots -- Liturgical Seeds -- After Morality -- Prejudice and Public Theater -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 4 Popular Culture and the Early Modern Stage -- Print Culture: The Advent of Literacy -- Popular Taste, Commercial Habits -- A Theater for All: Mass Sociability -- Rowdy Playgoers -- Playwriting: Hits and Flops -- References -- Chapter 5 Multiculturalism and Early Modern Drama -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 6 London and Westminster -- Tensions and Conflict -- Rhetoric, Representation, and Reality -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 7 Travel and Trade -- Note -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 8 The Theater and the Early Modern Culture of Debt -- Early Modern Drama and Money -- Macroeconomics: The Early Modern English Credit Economy -- Microeconomics: The Early Modern English Culture of Trust -- An Early Modern Culture of Debt -- Early Modern Drama of Debt -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 9 Vagrancy -- Historical Contexts -- Representation -- Theater -- Future Developments -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 10 Domestic Life -- The Significance of "Family" in Early Modern England -- Household and Community -- Houses: Space, Fabric, and Furnishings -- Marriage Ages, Spousals, and Weddings -- Making Marriage: Lordship, Family, and Individual -- Separation and Divorce -- Marital Relations -- Adultery, Cuckoldry and "Riding Skimmington" -- Parents and Children -- Historiography and Sources -- References
Chapter 11 Religious Persuasions, c.1580-c.1620 -- Faith by Statute -- Religious Temperaments -- Religious Reading -- Conclusion -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 12 Science, Natural Philosophy, and New Philosophy in Early Modern England -- Astronomy and Astrology -- Alchemy and Chemistry -- Medicine and Anatomy -- Mathematics -- References -- Chapter 13 Magic and Witchcraft -- Defining Witchcraft in Context -- Witchcraft Onstage -- Future Directions for Study -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 14 Antitheatricality: The Theater as Scourge -- Notes -- References -- Part II Theater History -- Chapter 15 Performance: Audiences, Actors, Stage Business -- Envisioning Early Performances and Audiences -- Actors and Oral/Aural Culture -- Acting Styles, Training, Rehearsal -- Celebrated Actors -- Clowns and Clowning -- Impersonating Women -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 16 Playhouses -- Introduction -- 1567 -- 1575-1578 -- 1587, 1594 -- 1598-1600 -- 1607, 1614 -- 1617, 1623, 1630 -- References -- Chapter 17 Theatrical License and Censorship -- Origins -- Competing Authorities -- Protector and Regulator -- The End of Elizabeth's Reign -- James I -- Caroline Anxieties -- Closing the Theaters -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 18 Playing Companies and Repertory -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 19 Rehearsal and Acting Practice -- Rehearsal -- Acting Practice -- Looking Backward, Playing Forward -- Performance -- Practice as Research -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 20 Boy Companies and Private Theaters -- Grammar Schools -- Chorister Troupes (1) -- Chorister Troupes (2) -- Caroline Revivals -- Contemporary Revivals -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 21 Women's Involvement in Theatrical Production -- Notes -- References and Further Reading
Chapter 22 "To travayle amongst our frendes": Touring -- The Purposes of Playing -- Repertory -- Company Size -- Playing Places and Conditions -- Itineraries -- The End of Traveling -- References -- Chapter 23 Progresses and Court Entertainments -- Space and Performance -- Times and Occasions -- Texts and Interpretations -- Conclusions -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 24 "What revels are in hand?" Performances in the Great Households -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 25 Civic Drama -- City, Crown, and Royal Entry -- Time, Space, and Civic Ritual -- From Civic Ritual to Civic Drama -- The Lord Mayor's Show -- Notes -- References -- Part III Genres -- Chapter 26 Masque -- Conventions -- Critical History -- Various Perspectives -- The Masque in Performance -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 27 The History Play: Shakespeare and Beyond -- Toward a Definition of "History Play" -- Beginnings -- Reading Shakespeare -- History Plays and the Reformation -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 28 Domestic Tragedy: Private Life on the Public Stage -- Defining a Genre -- Arden of Faversham -- Domestic as Radical -- Thomas Heywood -- Laughter, Tears, and Lived Experience -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 29 Revenge Tragedy -- Return with a Vengeance -- Choreographing Revenge -- Contagion and Cure -- Coming Back for More -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 30 Romance and Tragicomedy -- Classifying Shakespeare's "Late Plays" -- Romance on the Renaissance Stage -- Tragicomedy on the Renaissance Stage -- The Cultural and Political Work of Genre -- Popular Plays and Forgotten Histories -- Notes -- References -- Part IV Critical Approaches -- Chapter 31 Sexuality and Queerness on the Early Modern Stage -- Historicizing Homoerotic Desire -- Gender Fluidity and the Transvestite Theater
Renaissance Homonormativity -- Further Directions in Renaissance Queer and Sexuality Studies -- Notes -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 32 Gendering the Stage -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 33 Race and Early Modern Drama -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 34 Staging Disability in Renaissance Drama -- Theorizing Disability -- Disability and Theater -- Future Directions -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 35 Space and Place -- Spatial Histories -- Urban Space and City Drama -- Present Space and the Digital Turn -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 36 The Matter of Wit and the Early Modern Stage -- Witty Underpinnings -- Wit in the World: Community and Commodity -- The Matter of Wit -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 37 Materialisms -- History of the Book -- Global Trade and Labor -- Religious Objects and Theatrical Trifles -- Cognition -- Phenomenology and Performance -- Notes -- References -- Part V Playwrights, Publishers, and Textual Studies -- Chapter 38 The Transmission of an English Renaissance Play-Text -- The Author and His Text -- The Acting Company and Their Text -- The Printer and His Text -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 39 Publishers of Drama -- What Is a Publisher? -- The Risk -- 1580s: Thomas Marsh -- 1590-1599: Thomas Creede and Cuthbert Burby -- 1600-1609: Waterson and Blount -- 1610 to 1619: Thomas Pavier -- 1620-1629: The Folio Syndicate, George Eld, and Nicholas Okes -- 1630s: William Cooke, Andrew Crooke, and Richard Meighen -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 40 Sidney, Cary, Cavendish: Playwrights of the Printed Page and a Future Stage -- Mary Sidney -- Elizabeth Cary -- Margaret Cavendish -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 41 Nonprofessional Playwrights -- References -- Index -- EULA
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Kinney, Arthur F. A New Companion to Renaissance Drama New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2017 9781118824030
主題 European drama-Renaissance, 1450-1600-History and criticism
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Alt Author Hopper, Thomas Warren
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