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An introduction to Stuart drama,

Author: Frederick S Boas
Publisher: [London], [New York, etc.] Oxford University Press, 1946.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Boas, Frederick S. (Frederick Samuel), 1862-1957.
Introduction to Stuart drama.
[London, New York, etc.] Oxford University Press, 1946
(OCoLC)574073037
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick S Boas
OCLC Number: 349995
Notes: Includes index.
Description: viii, 443 pages 19 cm
Contents: Prlinimary sketch: theatrical companies and playhouses --
George Chapman: comedies of intrigue --
historical and philosophic tragedies --
Ben Jonson: life; humorous comedies; comical satires; Roman tragedies --
Ben Jonson: masques and entertainments --
Ben Jonson: the masterpieces; last plays --
John Marston/Thomas Dekker: melodrama and civic comedy --
Thomas Heywood: romantic and chronicle-history plays; domestic dramas --
John Webster/Cyril Tourneur: poetic revenge tragedies --
Thomas Middleton/William Rowley: dramas of sex complications --
Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher: burlesques and tragi-comedies --
John Fletcher: comedies and romantic plays --
John Fletcher and Philip Massinger: tragi-comedies; comedies of Spanish source --
Philip Massinger/Nathan Field: religious, political, and social dramas --
John Ford: tragedies of melancholy --
James Shirley/Richard Brome: comedies of manners; romantic dramas; plays of town and country --
Masques and university plays --
The drolls/Sir William Davenant: plays and operas.
Responsibility: by Frederick S. Boas ...

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