English Domestic Or, Homiletic Tragedy, 1575 to 1642: Being an Account of the Development of the Tragedy of the Common Man Showing Its Great Dependence on Religious Morality, Illustrated with Striking Examples of the Interposition of Providence for the Amendment of Men's Manners
Columbia University Press, 1943 - 228 sider
Interprets Elizabethan domestic tragedies as they might have appeared to the audiences who saw them in the public theaters by supplying the religious and moral background the average playgoer of the time would possess, then evaluates them in relation to other plays of the period and as a part of the history of drama.
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