Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 783. Saturday, 13 November 1993.
From: Thomas BlAckburn <
Date: Friday, 12 Nov 1993 08:54:52 +0000
Subject: 4.0754 Re: Audiences
Comment: Re: SHK 4.0754 Re: Audiences
For a series of essays on audience response to English Renaissance Drama,
see <Studies in the Literary Imagination> vol.xxvi, no. 1,(Spring, 1993),
published by Georgia State University, including essays by Andrew Gurr,
Phyllis Rackin, Juliet Dusinberre and Harriett Hawkins, among others, on
topics ranging from the question of learned audiences to gender issues in
RIII and Shrew, to Othello.