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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 1-24
  3. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 25-53
  4. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 54-81
  5. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 82-105
  6. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 106-127
  7. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 128-154
  8. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 155-178
  9. Kathleen E. McLuskie
    Pages 179-181
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 182-200

About this book

Introduction

In this addition to the English Dramatist Series, Kathleen McLuskie uses the work of Dekker and Heywood to investigate the relationship between plays and the cultural moment into which they are produced. As professional playwrights, Dekker and Heywood debated and constructed the categories of popular theatre and engaged over a long period with the changing politics of culture, religion and state. Their work, and this book, provide an important insight into the working context of Shakespeare and two of his most important contemporaries.

Keywords

dramatist stage theatre William Shakespeare

Authors and affiliations

  • Kathleen E. McLuskie
    • 1
  1. 1.University of KentUK

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