By Arthur F. Kinney,Thomas Warren Hopper
- A colourful, complete and interdisciplinary evaluation of the cloth stipulations of Renaissance performs, England's most vital dramatic period
- Contributors are either verified and rising students, with many best foreign figures within the discipline
- Offers a different procedure by means of organizing the chapters by means of cultural context, theatre historical past, style stories, theoretical functions, and fabric studies
- Chapters handle most modern departures and destiny instructions for Renaissance drama scholarship
- Arthur Kinney is a world-renowned determine within the field
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