Drama and the Sacraments in Sixteenth-Century England: Indelible Characters
This book is a scholarly examination of the relationship between sacramental controversy and dramatic production in sixteenth-century England.
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|Library of Congress
||Literature, Literature, Modern, Social history, Civilization-History, Great Britain-History
||History: Specific Subjects
||Professional and scholarly
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This is the first book-length study of the relationship between early modern drama and sacramental ritual and theology. It examines dramatic forms, such as morality plays. Offering new insights into the religious practices on which early modern subjectivity is founded. Coleman offers radical new ways of reading canonical Renaissance plays.
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DAVID COLEMAN is Lecturer in Early Modern Literature at Nottingham Trent University, UK.