A Short Essay on the Elizabethan Stage and its Language


Essay, 1983

18 Pages, Grade: 3,0


Excerpt


Contents

Some Introductory Remarks about the Dramatic Traditions of the Elizabethan Stage

Part One
1. The Control of the Stage
2. The Playhouses
3. Boy Companies and Adult Companies

Part Two
1. The Functions of Dramatic Art: some Shakespearean
Suggestions
2. Three Methods of trying to Find out how Actors might
have behaved on an Elizabethan Stage
3. Soliloquies in Shakespeare’s Dramatic Language . 12

Final Observation: The Audiences

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Title
A Short Essay on the Elizabethan Stage and its Language
College
Bielefeld University  (Sprachenzentrum)
Course
Elizabethan Language
Grade
3,0
Author
Year
1983
Pages
18
Catalog Number
V456291
ISBN (eBook)
9783668869431
ISBN (Book)
9783668869448
Language
English
Keywords
dramatic traditions, the control of the stage, typology of playhouses, boy companies and adult companies, the functions of dramatic art, actors' behaviour on stage, soliloquies, behaviour of audiences
Quote paper
Dr. phil. Volker Beckmann (Author), 1983, A Short Essay on the Elizabethan Stage and its Language, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/456291

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