Theatre of the Book, 1480-1880: Print, Text, and Performance in Europe

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - 494 páginas
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It shows that, far from being marginal to Renaissance dramatists, the printing press had an essential role to play in the birth of the modern theatre, crucially shaping the normative conception of theatre as a distinct aesthetic medium and of drama as a distinct narrative form, helping to forge a theatricalist aesthetics in opposition to 'the book'. Treating playtexts, engravings, actor portraits, notation systems, and theatrical ephemera at once as material objects and expressions of complex cultural formations, Theatre of the Book examines the European theatre's resistance to and continual refashioning of itself in the world of print."--Jacket.

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Note on Editions Spellings Translations and Citations II
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Foundations for figs 19 25 the Swedish National Museum Stockholm for figs
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Foundations for fig 29 the Department of Prints and Drawings British Museum
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Julie Stone Peters is Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University, NY.

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