Examines plot, character, setting, and spectacle, viewing the plays in performance. Discusses the importance of costume, makeup, gesture, and audience participation, and relates the subject matter of the plays to contemporary society, especially as it reflected England's change from a semi-feudal to an increasingly democratic society. Illustrated.
About the Author :
Gilbert B Cross has contributed to Next Week East Lynne: Domestic Drama in Performance, 1820-1874 as an author.
GILBERT B. CROSS is Professor of English at Eastern Michigan University.
|Title:||Next Week East Lynne: Domestic Drama in Performance, 1820-1874||Publisher:||Bucknell University Press|
|Author:||Gilbert B Cross|
|No. of Pages:||281|
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