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Elizabethan and Jacobean drama : critical essays / Peter Ure ; edited by J.C. Maxwell
(Liverpool English texts and studies)

Publisher Liverpool : Liverpool University Press
Year 1974
Codes ID=2000197413 NCID=BA04845168

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Language English
Size viii, 258 p., 2 p. of plates : ill. ; 22 cm
Contents Shakespeare and the inward self of the tragic hero
Character and role from Richard III to Hamlet
On some differences between Senecan and Elizabethan tragedy
John Marston's Sophonisba: a reconsideration
Cult and initiates in Ford's Love's Sacrifice
Fulke Greville's dramatic characters
The main outline of Chapman's Byron
Marriage and the domestic drama in Heywood and Ford
Chapman's tragedies
Patient madman and honest whore: the Middleton-Dekker oxymoron
A note on "opinion" in Daniel, Greville, and Chapman
The Widow of Ephesus: some reflections on an international comic theme
The poetry of Sir Walter Raleigh
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors *Ure, Peter
Maxwell, James Coutts ed
Subjects LCSH:English drama -- Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 -- History and criticism -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
LCSH:English drama -- 17th century -- History and criticism -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:PR653
Vol ISBN:0853231427 ; PRICE:£5.00

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North Library (Closed Stack, 5-7th, Media, Foreign Books)
822.3/M451 7120216867
0853231427 1974

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