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by Jeremy Lopez

Author: Jeremy Lopez
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 13, 2003)
Pages: 248 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Theatrical Convention an. .has been added to your Cart. This book provides a detailed and comprehensive survey of the diverse, theatrically vital formal conventions of the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries

Theatrical Convention an. This book provides a detailed and comprehensive survey of the diverse, theatrically vital formal conventions of the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Focusing on the relationship between the repertory system and the conventions and content of the plays, Lopez proposes that understanding the potential for theatrical failure-the way playwrights anticipated it and audiences responded to it-is crucial for understanding the way in which the drama succeeded on the stage.

Home Browse Books Book details, Theatrical Convention and Audience Response i.Theatrical Convention and Audience Response in Early Modern Drama. But the purpose of this book is also to invigorate analytical and theatrical discourse around a body of largely forgotten drama, and if that project is to be successful, the notion of audience must be expanded to include modern and even future audiences. The argument thus becomes more a phenomenological than a historical one.

Geoparsing Early Modern English Drama. This book gives a detailed and comprehensive survey of the diverse, theatrically vital formal conventions of the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Besides providing readings of plays such as Hamlet, Othello, Merchant of Venice, and Titus Andronicus, it also places Shakespeare emphatically within his own theatrical context, and focuses on the relationship between the demanding repertory system of the time and the conventions and content of the plays.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Theatrical Convention and Audience . Studies in English Literature, "Lopez gives us illuminating new readings of a number of Shakespearian and other plays.

Studies in English Literature, "Lopez gives us illuminating new readings of a number of Shakespearian and other plays. Highly recommended an energetic discussion. provides an always interesting argument about what Elizabethan and Jacobean drama "assumes of its audience and how its audience experiences it and responds to it.

Jacobean audiences and the physicality of response. Meat, magic, and metamorphosis: on puns and wordplay.

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Jeremy Lopez teaches and writes about the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. His most recent book is Constructing the Canon of Early Modern Drama (Cambridge 2014), a history of the early modern dramatic canon from the eighteenth century to the present

Jeremy Lopez teaches and writes about the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. His most recent book is Constructing the Canon of Early Modern Drama (Cambridge 2014), a history of the early modern dramatic canon from the eighteenth century to the present. Other current work in progress includes a monograph on the life and work of John Fletcher

The book offers perspectives on familiar conventions such as the pun, the aside and the expository speech; and it works toward a definition of early modern theatrical genres based on the relationship between these well-known conventions and the incoherent experience of early modern.

The book offers perspectives on familiar conventions such as the pun, the aside and the expository speech; and it works toward a definition of early modern theatrical genres based on the relationship between these well-known conventions and the incoherent experience of early modern theatrical narratives

Theatrical Convention and Audience Response in Early Modern Drama.

Theatrical Convention and Audience Response in Early Modern Drama.

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This book provides a detailed and comprehensive survey of the diverse, formal conventions of the drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Focusing on the relationship between the repertory system and the conventions and content of the plays, Jeremy Lopez proposes that understanding the potential for theatrical failure (the way playwrights anticipated it and audiences responded to it) is crucial for understanding the way in which the drama succeeded on the stage.