Reissuing 15 works originally published between 1934 and 1991, this diverse set offers an outstanding collection of scholarship devoted to Renaissance Drama. Routledge Library Editions: Renaissance Drama provides an extensive study of performance history and criticism of Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre, as well as volumes dedicated to the playwrights Ben Jonson and William Shakespeare. These volumes present together a lively picture of the development of British theatre and will be of interest to students of literature, drama and performance.
Table of Contents
1. Jacobean City Comedy Brian Gibbons (1980) 2. The Influence of the Jacobean Masque on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher Suzanne Gossett (1988) 3. Enchanted Shows: Vision and Structure in Elizabethan and Shakespearean Comedy about Magic Elissa Hare (1988) 4. Courtesans and Cuckolds: A Glossary of Renaissance Dramatic Bawdy James T. Henke (1979) 5. Essays on Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama: In Honour of Hardin Craig Edited by Richard Hosley (1963) 6. Ben Jonson: His Vision and His Art Alexander Leggatt (1981) 7. The Tragedy of State Julius Walter Lever (1971) 8. The Elizabethan Player: Contemporary Stage Representation David Mann (1991) 9. Ben Jonson: His Craft and Art Rosalind Miles (1990) 10. Ben Jonson: His Life and Work Rosalind Miles (1986) 11. Ben Jonson John Leslie Palmer (1934) 12. Jacobean Tragedy: The Quest for Moral Order Irvin Ribner (1962) 13. Stuart Academic Drama: An Edition of Three University Plays Edited by David L. Russell (1987) 14. Shakespeare's Tragic Justice Charles Jasper Sisson (1963) 15. Jacobean Private Theatre Keith Sturgess (1987)