Puritanism and theatre : Thomas Middleton and opposition drama under the early Stuarts /
The closing of the theatres by Parliament in 1642 is perhaps the best-known fact in the history of English drama. As the Parliamentary Puritans were then in power, it is easy to assume that all opponents of the theatre were Puritans, and that all Puritans were hostile to the drama. The reality was m...
|Published:||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1980.|
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