4 edition of Religion in modern English drama found in the catalog.
Religion in modern English drama
Gerald Clifford Weales
|Statement||by Gerald Weales.|
|LC Classifications||PR739.R4 W4 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 317 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||75045367|
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This pioneering Handbook offers a comprehensive consideration of the dynamic relationship between English literature and religion in the early modern period. The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were the most turbulent times in the history of the British church - and, perhaps as a result, produced some of the greatest devotional poetry, sermons, polemics, and epics of literature in English. In the first half of The Materiality of Religion in Early Modern English Drama, Williamson examines the role of physically substantial "material technologies" such as the tomb and the altar. The second half of the book focuses on the more prevalent, and portable, objects of the cross and religious book.
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The Materiality of Religion in Early Modern English Drama explores the relationship between popular culture and theatrical performance by considering the social history and dramatic function of these properties, addressing their role as objects of devotion, idolatry, and remembrance on the professional by: Religion in Modern English Drama Gerald Weales.
pages | 5 1/4 x 8 Ebook | ISBN | Buy from De Gruyter $ | € | £ This book is available under special arrangement from our European publishing partner De. The Materiality of Religion in Early Modern English Drama is the first book to present a detailed examination of early modern theatrical properties informed by the complexity of post-Reformation religious practice.
Bythe revival of religious drama (church drama in contrast to commercial drama) in England was well under way. The plays of T. Eliot, Christopher Fry, and Charles Williams lay in the future, but a body of serious religious drama, of which John Masefield’s The Coming of Christ is the best-known example, was already forming.
Religion in modern English drama. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Religion in modern English drama book All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Clifford Weales. Gerald Weales's thesis in Religion in Modern English Drama is that the existence and success of religious drama of high literary quality on the English commercial stage is not an isolated phenomenon, except for the obvious fact of the individual dramatic abilities, but represents a merging and culmination of two lines of development.
Offering the first cross-religious exploration of conversion in early modern English drama, and presenting a new reading of William Shakespeare's tragedy Othello, Lieke Stelling reveals telling patterns in the stage's treatment of conversion and religious : Lieke Stelling.
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Additionally, Religion and Drama in Early Modern England reveals the theater's broad interpretation of post-Reformation Christian practice, as well as its engagement with the religions of Islam.
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The post-war years: T.S. Eliot and Christopher Fry -- The Mercury poets -- Commercial drama: a reprise -- The church circuit -- The division and the prospect. The legacy of Henry Arthur Jones --Barrett, the Bible and the big shows --Sentimental supernaturalism --A doctrine of substitution --Up from Everyman --Canterbury, Chichester and the religious drama society --Laurence Housman and John Masefield --Charles Williams and Dorothy Sayers --T.S.
Eliot and Christopher Fry --The mercury poets --Commercial drama: a reprise. he sought to introduce a new realism into English-language drama, using his plays as vehicles to disseminate his political, social and religious ideas. By the early twentieth century his reputation as a dramatist was secured with a series of critical and popular successes that included Major Barbara, The Doctor's Dilemma and.
In her carefully researched monograph, The Materiality of Religion in Early Modern English Drama, Elizabeth Williamson establishes how the physical representation of religious objects on the post-Reformation public stage would have evoked a dynamic emotional response from its audience.
"The Materiality of Religion in Early Modern English Drama" is the first book to present a detailed examination of early modern theatrical properties informed by the complexity of post-Reformation religious practice.
Although English Protestant reformers set out to destroy all vestiges of Catholic idolatry, public theater companies frequently. Share - Religion in Modern English Drama by Gerald C. Weales (, Hardcover, Reprint) Religion in Modern English Drama by Gerald C. Weales (, Hardcover, Reprint) Be.
Early Modern English Drama: A Critical Companion presents twenty-seven analytical essays on individual plays from the early modern period.
Each essay is written by a leading scholar and examines a play in terms of a cultural or literary topic, from London to the law, servants to sovereigns, and geography to religion. Incorporating current perspectives in critical studies. He has published widely on English and French early modern literature.
He is a Trustee of the Modern Humanities Research Association and a Fellow of the English Association. He is English literature editor of the journal MLR, series editor of The Yearbook of English Studies and series co-editor of Arden Early Modern Drama Guides. He is a former AHRC research fellow and is a Manufacturer: OUP Oxford.
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