Renaissance Drama 25: New Series XXV 1994 Renaissance Drama and the Law
Northwestern University Press and the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, Jul 15, 1996 - Drama - 248 pages
Renaissance Drama, an annual publication, is devoted to understanding the drama as a central feature of Renaissance culture. Coverage, so far as subject matter is concerned, is not restricted to any single geographical area.
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