SPELL-31

Elisabeth Dutton and James McBain (eds). Drama and Pedagogy in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature. SPELL 31, 2015.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 11

Sarah Brazil (Geneva)
Doctrinal Orthodoxy and the Dramatic in Liturgical and Secular English Drama 17

Alexandra F. Johnston (Toronto)
Didacticism in the York Cycle: “In Worde, in Werke” 37

Camille Marshall (Geneva)
Doubting the Middleman: Mediated Instruction and Divine Authority in the Towneley Mystery Plays 53

Olivia Robinson (Oxford)
Feminizing the Liturgy: The N-Town Mary Play and Fifteenth-Century Convent Drama 71

Tamás Karáth (Budapest)
Staging Concerns of Inquisitorial Procedures in The N-Town Plays 89

John J. McGavin (Southampton)
Plays on the Move 111

Stephanie Allen (Fribourg)
Ulysses Redux (1591) and Nero (1601): Tragedia Nova 131

Alan H. Nelson (Berkeley)
Shakespeare and Southwark 159

Robert Stagg (Southampton)
Shakespeare’s Rhythmic Education 173

Lynn Enterline (Vanderbilt)
Drama, Pedagogy, and the Female Complaint: or, What’s Troy Got To Do With It? 185

Oliver Morgan (Geneva)
Intervention in The Tempest 211

Michelle O’Callaghan (Reading)
“Jests, stolne from the Tempels Revels”: the Inns of Court Revels and Early Modern Drama 227

Effie Botonaki (Athens)
Teaching and Contesting Royal Obedience: The Case of the Stuart Court Masques 253

Perry Mills (King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon) and Alex Mills (King’s College London)
In the Company of Edward’s Boys 275

Notes on Contributors 295

Index of Names 299

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