Space and Place in Early Modern English Theater

An issue of: Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Space and Place in Early Modern English Theater
Journal Issue Pages: 220 Volume 43, Number 1 Published: Winter 2013 An issue of Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Special Issue Editor(s): Lloyd Edward Kermode, Janette Dillon

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ARTICLES

Experiencing the Space and Place of Early Modern Theater - Lloyd Edward Kermode

Taking the Measure of Global Space - Bruce R. Smith

“All Places Are Alike”: Marlowe’s Edward II and English Spatial Imagination - Emma Katherine Atwood

“Quod me nutrit me destruit”: Discovering the Abject on the Early Modern Stage - Ashley Denham Busse

Governing the Wolf: Soul and Space in The Merchant of Venice - Donovan Sherman

“Here at the Fringe of the Forest”: Staging Sacred Space in As You Like It - Helga L. Duncan

Making Room, Affording Hospitality: Environments of Entertainment in Romeo and Juliet - Julia Reinhard Lupton

“How Many Arts from Such a Labour Flow”: Thomas Middleton and London’s New River - Su Mei Kok

New Books across the Disciplines - Michael Cornett

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