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Collington, Philip D.

Shakespeare and Religious Change

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Shakespeare and Religious Change
Kenneth J. E. Graham

Part I. Shakespeare and Social History: Religion and the Secular

2. Sanctifying the Bourgeoisie: The Cultural Work of The Comedy of Errors
Richard Strier

3. ‘In a Christian Climate’: Religion and Honor in Richard II
Debora Shuger

Part II. Dramatic Continuities and Religious Change

4. William Cecil and the Drama of Persuasion
Alexandra F. Johnston

5. The Queen’s Men and the Performance of Allegiance, Conformity, and Difference in Elizabethan Norwich
Mary A. Blackstone

6. Things Newly Performed: The Resurrection Tradition in Shakespeare’s Plays
Elizabeth Williamson

7. Staging Allegiance, Re-membering Trials: King Henry VIII and the Blackfriars Theater
Karen Sawyer Marsalek

Part III. Religious Identities

8. ‘Mirth in Heaven’: Religion and Festivity in As You Like It
Phebe Jensen

9. Speaking Daggers: Shakespeare’s Troubled Ministers
Glenn Clark

10. Othello in the Wilderness: How did Shakespeare Use his Bible?
Tom Bishop

Part IV. Shakespeare and the Changing Theater: Religion or the Secular

11. Author, King, and Christ in Shakespeare’s Histories
Jeffrey Knapp

12. The Secular Theater
Anthony B. Dawson

Keywords: Religious Studies, History of Religion, Poetry and Poetics, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, British and Irish Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Early Modern Literature in History
Page amount
294 pages
Category
Religions
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230240858
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-30336-6

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