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East Anglian dramatic manuscripts record a vigorous, long-lived, and spectacular theater that flourished in the late Middle Ages.

East Anglian dramatic manuscripts record a vigorous, long-lived, and spectacular theater that flourished in the late Middle Ages. Staging Faith' explores the relationship between production methods, dramatic structure, iconography, and the medieval reception of these plays. It explores how different modes of production resulted in types of dramatic organization and how varied playwrights exploited the symbolic potential of various settings, props and dramatic actions.

Staging Faith examines the relationship between faith and stagecraft in late medieval East Anglia, especially focusing on attitudes towards art and drama

Staging Faith examines the relationship between faith and stagecraft in late medieval East Anglia, especially focusing on attitudes towards art and drama. Drama was not just the container of devotional images, however.

East Anglian dramatic manuscripts record a vigorous, long-lived, and spectacular theater that flourished in the late Middle Ages. Staging Faith explores the relationship between production methods, dramatic structure, iconography, and the medieval reception of these plays. It explores how different modes of production resulted in types of dramatic organization and how vari East Anglian dramatic manuscripts record a vigorous, long-lived, and spectacular theater that flourished in the late Middle Ages.

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Scherb, Victor I. Staging Faith: East Anglian Drama in the Later Middle Ages. devotional image, iconography, and the place of mnemonic theory in relation to late medieval drama, particularly the corpus of East Anglian plays. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2001. E-mail Citation . Especially good on the devotional image, iconography, and the place of mnemonic theory in relation to late medieval drama, particularly the corpus of East Anglian plays. Early English Stages.

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Staging Faith: East Anglian Drama in the Later Middle Ages download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Victor I. Scherb
ISBN: 0838638783
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (November 2001)
Pages: 273 pages