ENGL 359 Early Modern Drama(1)
A study of works by early modern playwrights, representing the diverse range and scope of drama, other than Shakespeare, written and performed in 16th and 17th century England. Attention to questions of form, genre, and the theatrical practice; to the role of the theatre in early modern English culture and politics; to recurring cultural, historical, and political issues the plays engage; to the unique relationships between playgoers and London's states.
- Prerequisite: A 100- or 200-level English course in literature
- Offering: Alternate years
- Instructor: Hobgood, Moon