Patterns and Perspectives in English Renaissance Drama
University of Delaware Press, 1988 - Počet stran: 309
These essays bring attention to the designs that the English Renaissance playwrights imposed on their work. Among the patterns explored are those inspired by the literature, drama, or poetics of classical times and visual patterns derived from traditions of stage presentation.
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