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Subtitle A brief study of the parts played by the early dramatists, Medwall, More, the Rostells, and John Heywood in the origins of the Elizabethan drama. He deflects criticism with a combination of charm and ad hominem attacks. There is an author index, contain- ing all editors, authors, etc., and a useful list for question.^ as to authorship, publications, etc., of plays. If you can only see these words, then you require a newer version of your web browser, one that is capable of viewing frames.

Pages: 326

Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 10, 2010)

ISBN: 1162742178

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