Performance and religion in early modern England: stage, cathedral, wagon, street

Cover -- Half Title -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Prelude -- 1. Early Modern Theatricality across the Reformation -- 2. The Real Presence/Absence of God in the Chester Cycle Plays -- 3. Henry V and the Ceremonies of...

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Main Author: Smith, Matthew James 1983-
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Notre Dame, Indiana University of Notre Dame Press [2019]
Series/Journal:ReFormations: medieval and early modern
Online Access: Volltext (Aggregator)
Parallel Edition:Print version: Smith, Matthew J: Performance and Religion in Early Modern England : Stage, Cathedral, Wagon, Street. - Notre Dame : University of Notre Dame Press,c2018
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Summary:Cover -- Half Title -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Prelude -- 1. Early Modern Theatricality across the Reformation -- 2. The Real Presence/Absence of God in the Chester Cycle Plays -- 3. Henry V and the Ceremonies of Theater -- 4. God's Idioms: Sermon Belief in Donne's London -- 5. Performing Religion in Early Modern Ballads -- 6. The Devils among Us: Intertheatricality in Doctor Faustus and Its Afterlives -- Postlude: Ending with a Jig -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
ISBN:0268104670