By Irving Ribner.
Recognized as one of many major books in its box, The English historical past Play within the Age of Shakespeare presents the main finished account to be had of the English old drama from its commencing to the ultimate of the theatres in 1642 and relates this improvement to Renaissance historiography and Elizabethan political theory.
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