Female Mourning in Medieval and Renaissance English Drama: From the Raising of Lazarus to King Lear
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 254 էջ
The author looks at how the spectral resurrections of classical Marian pity in the plays of Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Thomas Kyd, William Shakespeare and John Webster help to work out the cultural trauma of the Reformation.
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