Prologues to Shakespeare's theatre : performance and liminality in early modern drama
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Prologues to Shakespeare's theatre : performance and liminality in early modern drama / Douglas Bruster and Robert Weimann.
|Main author:||Bruster, Douglas.|
|Corporate Author:||Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm)|
|Other authors:||Weimann, Robert.|
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Table of Contents:
- The Elizabethan prologue : text, actor, performance
- Prologue as threshold and usher
- Authority and authorization in the pre-Shakespearean prologue
- Frivolous jestures versus matter of worth : Christopher Marlowe
- Kingly harp and iron pen in the playhouse : George Peele
- From hodge-podge to scene individable : John Lyly
- Henry V and the signs of power : William Shakespeare.