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Studying Shakespeare's Contemporaries

Author: Lars Engle; Eric Rasmussen
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley Blackwell, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1View all editions and formats
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"Studying Shakespeare's Contemporaries is an accessible guide to the non-Shakespearian drama of Renaissance England that can be read as complete subject overview or used as an indexed reference resource"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Engle, Lars.
Studying Shakespeare's Contemporaries.
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2014
(DLC) 2013038488
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lars Engle; Eric Rasmussen
ISBN: 9781118325926 1118325923 9781118325933 1118325931
OCLC Number: 864418255
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface: How to use this book; Part One Inwardness; 1.1 The Inward Self; 1.2 The Inward Self in Soliloquy: The Jew of Malta; 1.3 The Inward Self in Aside: The Changeling; 1.4 A Digression: The Inner Life of Modernized Texts; 1.5 The Christian/Stoic Soul Under Duress: The Duchess of Malfi; 1.6 How to Behave When You Have a Soul Always Already Damned: Doctor Faustus; 1.7 Obsession and Delusion: Comic Inwardness in Every Man in His Humor; 1.8 Epicene; 1.9 Tamburlaine the Great 1 and 2: Interior Strength, External Weakness. 1.10 Disguise and Honor in The Malcontent1.11 Conclusion: A Drama of Interiority?; Part Two Intimacy, Rivalry, Family; 2.1 Rivalry and Intimacy in A Trick to Catch the Old One; 2.2 The Tragedy of Mariam: Intimacy, Tyranny, and Ambivalence; 2.3 Domestic Tragedy and Moral Commentary: Arden of Faversham; 2.4 The Battle of the Sexes: The Woman's Prize; 2.5 Intimacy, Rivalry, Family: Women Beware Women; 2.6 Familiar and Familial: Incest in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore; Part Three Society, Politics, the City, and the State; 3.1 Dreaming Up the Free City: The Roaring Girl; 3.2 The Shoemaker's Holiday. 3.3 A New Way to Pay Old Debts3.4 The Knight of the Burning Pestle; 3.5 The State at War in The Spanish Tragedy; 3.6 Two Bodies: State and Self in Edward II; 3.7 Resistance to Tyranny in The Maid's Tragedy; 3.8 Tyranny as a Boundary Condition for a Subject's Violence: The Duchess of Malfi and The Revenger's Tragedy; 3.9 Republic and Tyranny in Sejanus; Part Four Not Shakespeare-Lives of the Theater Poets; 4.1 ""Non-Shakespearean'': The Dire Privative; 4.2 Christopher Marlowe; 4.3 Ben Jonson; 4.4 Thomas Middleton; 4.5 Thomas Kyd; 4.6 Thomas Dekker; 4.7 Francis Beaumont; 4.8 John Fletcher. 4.9 John Ford4.10 John Marston; 4.11 Philip Massinger; 4.12 Elizabeth Cary; Appendix: Performance History; Bibliography; Index.
Responsibility: Lars Engle and Eric Rasmussen.

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