Italian Culture in the Drama of Shakespeare & His Contemporaries: Rewriting, Remaking, Refashioning
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - Literary Criticism - 286 pages
The essays collected here reconsider the pervasive influence of Italian culture, literature and traditions on early modern English drama. The volume focuses strongly on Shakespeare but also includes contributions on Marston, Middleton, Ford, Brome, Aretino, and other early modern dramatists.
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