Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Economy of Theatrical Experience

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University of Pennsylvania Press, Incorporated, 1991 M11 29 - 264 pages
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This study explores the structure of psychological, social and political exchanges that were negotiated between audiences and plays in Elizabethan public theatres in a period ostensibly dominated by Shakespeare, but strongly rooted in Marlowe.

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Part One The Economy of Theatrical Experience
The Audience in Theory and Practice
Part Two The Webs of Plays

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