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Rs: Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 313. Tuesday, 10 November 1992.
 
(1)	From: 	Edward Pechter <
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	Date: 	Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1992, 12:50 EDT
	Subj: 	Re: SHK 3.0312  Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
 
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	Date: 	Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1992, 16:00:00
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Date: 		Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1992, 12:50 EDT
Subject: 3.0312  Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
Comment: 	Re: SHK 3.0312  Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
 
One answer to Kung-yu Chin's question about recent work in the medieval
heritage of Elizabethan drama:  try John Cox's book, *Shakespeare & the
Dramaturgy of Power* [sic?], published by Princeton a couple of years
ago.  (Cox is on our network and, though no doubt too modest to refer to
his own work, might have other suggestions.)
 
While I'm here, just a quick thanks to everybody who contributed to
the Hero's mother exchange of a week or so ago.  It was informative,
interesting and (in the case of one notable conversion) highly
dramatic.
 
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Date: 		Tuesday, Nov. 10, 1992, 16:00:00
Subject: 3.0312 Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
Comment: 	Re: SHK 3.0312 Medieval Heritage of Elizabethan Drama
 
You might like to try Robert Weimann's Shakespeare and The Popular Tradition
in the Theater, ed. Robert Schwartz (Baltimore and London, 1978).
 
John Drakakis
Department of English Studies
University of Stirling
 

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