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French Renaissance and Baroque Drama

Text, Performance, Theory

French Renaissance and Baroque Drama( )
Editor: Meere, Michael
Contribution by: Beam, Sara
Biet, Christian
Calhoun, Alison
Cavaillé, Fabien
Chevallier-Micki, Sybile
Gates, Caroline
Guild, Elizabeth
Hillman, Richard
Lyons, John D.
Marculescu, Andreea
Noirot, Corinne
O'Hara, Stephanie
Szabari, Antónia
Usher, Phillip
Welch, Ellen
Publication Date:Feb 2015
Publisher:University of Delaware Press
Book Format:Hardback
List Price:USD $104.00
Book Description:

French Renaissance and Baroque Drama helps us rethink pressing issues of the day, such as war, possession, sacrifice, religious conversion, law, and gender. This volume includes essays that employ a range of cutting-edge approaches to elucidate questions such as the social, religious, legal, and political functions of drama, how the staged body transmits emotions to the audience, and the ways in which drama creates communities of inclusion and exclusion, especially during times of conflict.

Book Details
Detailed Subjects: Literary Criticism / Drama
Literary Criticism / Modern / 17Th Century
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):6.4 x 9.46 x 1.3 Inches
Book Weight:0.002 Pounds

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