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Caroline drama : the plays of Massinger, Ford, Shirley, and Brome

Author: Julie Sanders
Publisher: Plymouth : Northcote House, in association with the British Council, ©1999.
Series: Writers and their work (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This study of Caroline Drama concentrates on the public theatre playwriting of Philip Massinger, John Ford, James Shirley and Richard Brome between 1625 and 1642. Setting their plays within a social and political context, Julie Sanders reveals their concern with issues of community and hierarchy in the decades leading up to the English Civil Wars."--BOOK JACKET.
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Sanders, Julie.
Caroline drama.
Plymouth : Northcote House, in association with the British Council, c1999
(OCoLC)606259008
Named Person: Philip Massinger; John Ford; James Shirley; Richard Brome; Richard Brome; John (Schriftsteller) Ford; Philip Massinger; James Shirley; James Shirley; Richard Brome; Philip Massinger; Henry Ford
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Sanders
ISBN: 0746308779 9780746308776
OCLC Number: 41017827
Description: xiv, 79 : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Writers and their work (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Julie Sanders.

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"This study of Caroline Drama concentrates on the public theatre playwriting of Philip Massinger, John Ford, James Shirley and Richard Brome between 1625 and 1642. Setting their plays within a social and political context, Julie Sanders reveals their concern with issues of community and hierarchy in the decades leading up to the English Civil Wars."--BOOK JACKET.

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