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The Boar's Head Theatre, An Inn-yard Theatre of the Elizabethan Age

Sisson, C.J.

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ISBN 10: 071007252X / ISBN 13: 9780710072528
Edité par Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1972
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London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1972. 1st edition. Edited with an Introduction by Stanley Wells. An account based upon archival documents: the lawsuits in which the proprietors of the Boar's Head were involved. Index. 100 pp. Fine Hardcover w/ Near Fine price clipped dj. N° de réf. du libraire 445

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Titre : The Boar's Head Theatre, An Inn-yard Theatre...

Éditeur : Routledge & Kegan Paul

Date d'édition : 1972

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre :Fine

Etat de la jaquette : Near Fine

Edition : 1st Edition

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The Boar?s Head Theatre, first published in 1972, provides an account of one of the Elizabethan inn-yard theatres. It is a reconstruction of considerable importance in our understanding of the performance conditions affecting Elizabethan drama, the mode of presentation and the nature of the audience.

C. J. Sisson (1885-1966) was known especially for his research into Elizabethan court cases and the light they can throw on the literature and drama of the period. His discoveries included material on the Elizabethan inn-yard theatres which provides unquestionable evidence of great importance in relation to the evolution of the theatre in England. This book, which has been edited for publication by Stanley Wells, was to have been his major work on the subject.

Historians of the theatre of this period will find this book indispensable, and those with a more general interest in the greatest age of English drama will be engrossed by the detailed and intimate glimpses of the theatre world which this story affords.

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