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Language and Politics in the Sixteenth-Century History Play

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Language and Politics in the Sixteenth-Century History Play by D. Cavanagh
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This volume examines a key preoccupation of historical drama in the period 1538 1600 - the threat presented by uncivil language. "Unlicensed" speech informs the presentation of political debate in Tudor history plays and it is also the subject of their most daring political speculations. By analysing plays by John Bale, Thomas Norton, Thomas Sackville, and Robert Greene, as well as Shakespeare, this study also argues for a more inclusive approach to the genre.

Author Biography

DERMOT CAVANAGH is Lecturer in English at the University of Northumbria.
Release date NZ
December 12th, 2003
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
2003 ed.
Illustrations
X, 197 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
197
Dimensions
140x216x15
ISBN-13
9781403901323
Product ID
2248408

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