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Institutions of the text

Author: Jeffrey Masten; Wendy Wall
Publisher: Evanston [Ill.] : Northwestern University Press, 2001.
Series: Renaissance drama (Evanston, Ill. : 1964), new ser., 30.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Essay : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An examination of Renaissance texts in relation to the institutions that shaped early modern culture - the printing industry, the marketplace of both texts and fashions, theatrical companies. It also  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Essay
essays
Literary criticism
Essays
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Essais
Critiques littéraires
Named Person: William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Masten; Wendy Wall
ISBN: 0810118866 9780810118867
OCLC Number: 47990077
Description: viii, 184 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Tennis balls: Henry V and testicular masculinity / Rebecca Ann Bach --
Redressing wrongs / Randall Nakayama --
Bastards and broadsides in The winter's tale / Aaron Kitch --
Wearing Greene: Autolycus, Robert Greene, and the structure of romance in The winter's tale / Steven R. Mentz --
William Shakespeare's Sir John Oldcastle / James J. Marino --
The veil of manuscript / Leah S. Marcus --
King Lear (1608) and the typography of literary ambition / Douglas A. Brooks --
Shakespeare and the millennial market: the commercial bard / Kathleen E. McLuskie.
Series Title: Renaissance drama (Evanston, Ill. : 1964), new ser., 30.
Responsibility: edited by Jeffrey Masten and Wendy Wall.

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