The Dramatic Tradition of the Middle Ages

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Clifford Davidson
AMS Press, 2005 - History - 317 pages
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The twenty-five essays in this collection provide unusual insights into early European drama. Written by American, European, and Japanese scholars, the contributions focus on such subjects as recent discoveries of medieval music-dramas and the conditions of their composition and performance pictorial elements in English and Continental vemacular drama, the later history of medieval drama, and secular plays and playing. The articles first appeared in The Early Drama, Art, and Music Review, which was the official journal of the EDAM project at the Medieval institute Western Michigan University and are included here for their unique contribution to drama studies. Altogether, the collection allows an opportunity to access some of the most important essays from a journal that can be found in only a few research libraries. Thirty-six illustrations richly enhance the text.

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Another Visitatio Sepulchri from Scandinavia
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Eulenspiegel Episode 13 as a TheaterHistorical Document
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A Palmesel from the Cracow Region
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