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The Resource Shakespeare's contemporaries : modern studies in English Renaissance drama, edited by Max Bluestone, Norman Rabkin ; with an introductory essay by Alfred Harbage

Shakespeare's contemporaries : modern studies in English Renaissance drama, edited by Max Bluestone, Norman Rabkin ; with an introductory essay by Alfred Harbage

Label
Shakespeare's contemporaries : modern studies in English Renaissance drama
Title
Shakespeare's contemporaries
Title remainder
modern studies in English Renaissance drama
Statement of responsibility
edited by Max Bluestone, Norman Rabkin ; with an introductory essay by Alfred Harbage
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR653
LC item number
.B52 1970
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Prentice-Hall English literature series
Label
Shakespeare's contemporaries : modern studies in English Renaissance drama, edited by Max Bluestone, Norman Rabkin ; with an introductory essay by Alfred Harbage
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Anonymous -- The hybrid image in farce / Bernard Spivack -- Cambises / Willard Farnham -- Lyly / Wilson Knight -- Peele's "Old Wives's Tale / Harold Jenkins -- The Function of the Double Plot / William Empson -- The Uses of Rhetoric / Wolfgang Clemen -- The Theme and Structure of "The Spanish Tragedy" / Philip Edwards -- Humor in "Tamburlaine" / Paul H. Kocher -- The Dramatic Structure of Marlowe's "Tamburlaine the Great," Part I and II -- The Second Part of "Tamburlaine the Great" / Helen Gardner -- The tragedy of Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" / Arthur Mizener -- The Damnation of Faustus / W.W. Greg -- The Tragedy of "The Jew of Malta" / F.S. Boas -- State Overturned / Harry Levin -- Marlowe's "Edward II" and the Tudor History Play / Irving Ribner -- "Arden of Feversham" / Louis Gillet -- Thomas Dekker / Una Ellis-Fermor -- Renaissance psychology in "A Woman Killed with Kindness" / Hardin Craig -- The Comic Humours: A New Interpretation / Henry L. Snuggs -- The Double Plot in "Volpone" / Jonas A. Barish -- "The Alchemist" / C.H. Herford and Percy Simpson -- Unifying Symbols in the Comedy of Ben Jonson / Ray L. Heffner, Jr. -- Reason and Passion in Marston's "The Dutch Courtezan" / Theodore Spencer -- Fate and Chance in "The Duchess of Malfi" / Muriel C. Bradbrook -- "Courtly reward and punishment": An Interpretation of "The White Devil" / Travis Bogard -- "Royal Man": Notes on the Tragedies of George Chapman / Edwin Muir -- "The Revenger's Tragedy": a Study in Irony / Peter Lisca -- "Philaster" and "Cymbeline" / Harold S. Wilson -- The Dramatic Structure of "The Changeling" / Karl L. Holzknecht -- Social Morality in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts / L.C. Knights -- The Last Jacobean Tragedy / Clifford Leech -- Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy and "The Cardinal" / Fredson T. Bowers
Control code
44414
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xx, 411 p.
Isbn
9780138076771
Lccn
69012627 //r932
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased 1993. From the library of R.G. Vliet (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111).
Label
Shakespeare's contemporaries : modern studies in English Renaissance drama, edited by Max Bluestone, Norman Rabkin ; with an introductory essay by Alfred Harbage
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Anonymous -- The hybrid image in farce / Bernard Spivack -- Cambises / Willard Farnham -- Lyly / Wilson Knight -- Peele's "Old Wives's Tale / Harold Jenkins -- The Function of the Double Plot / William Empson -- The Uses of Rhetoric / Wolfgang Clemen -- The Theme and Structure of "The Spanish Tragedy" / Philip Edwards -- Humor in "Tamburlaine" / Paul H. Kocher -- The Dramatic Structure of Marlowe's "Tamburlaine the Great," Part I and II -- The Second Part of "Tamburlaine the Great" / Helen Gardner -- The tragedy of Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" / Arthur Mizener -- The Damnation of Faustus / W.W. Greg -- The Tragedy of "The Jew of Malta" / F.S. Boas -- State Overturned / Harry Levin -- Marlowe's "Edward II" and the Tudor History Play / Irving Ribner -- "Arden of Feversham" / Louis Gillet -- Thomas Dekker / Una Ellis-Fermor -- Renaissance psychology in "A Woman Killed with Kindness" / Hardin Craig -- The Comic Humours: A New Interpretation / Henry L. Snuggs -- The Double Plot in "Volpone" / Jonas A. Barish -- "The Alchemist" / C.H. Herford and Percy Simpson -- Unifying Symbols in the Comedy of Ben Jonson / Ray L. Heffner, Jr. -- Reason and Passion in Marston's "The Dutch Courtezan" / Theodore Spencer -- Fate and Chance in "The Duchess of Malfi" / Muriel C. Bradbrook -- "Courtly reward and punishment": An Interpretation of "The White Devil" / Travis Bogard -- "Royal Man": Notes on the Tragedies of George Chapman / Edwin Muir -- "The Revenger's Tragedy": a Study in Irony / Peter Lisca -- "Philaster" and "Cymbeline" / Harold S. Wilson -- The Dramatic Structure of "The Changeling" / Karl L. Holzknecht -- Social Morality in "A New Way to Pay Old Debts / L.C. Knights -- The Last Jacobean Tragedy / Clifford Leech -- Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy and "The Cardinal" / Fredson T. Bowers
Control code
44414
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xx, 411 p.
Isbn
9780138076771
Lccn
69012627 //r932
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Purchased 1993. From the library of R.G. Vliet (SW Writers Access. No. 93-111).

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