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Tudor Theatre

Allegory in the Theatre- L’allégorie au théâtre- Actes de la Table ronde VII

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André Lascombes

Contents: Peter Happé: Introduction – Mark Chambers: Physicality, Violence, and the Psychomachia in the Early English Morality Plays – Fiorella Paino/Sydney Higgins: Garden of Eden – Bob Godfrey: ‘I saie not, as by plaine storie, / But as yt were in figure by an allegorie’: A Re-Examination of Dramatic Forms in the Early Tudor Period – John Scattergood: Dressing the Part in Magnyfycence: Allegory and Costume – Peter Happé: Allegorical Kings as staged by Skelton and Lindsay – Jean-Paul Debax: The Use of Allegory in the Interlude: St. John the Evangelist – Roberta Mullini: John Heywood’s Humanistic ‘Allegory of Love’ – Greg Walker: The State’s Two Bodies: Respublica and the Allegory of Governance – Amanda Piesse: Representing Spiritual Truth in Mankind and Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis – Francis Guinle: ‘Where angels fear to tread’: Allegory and Protestant ideology in The Longer Thou Livest, The More Fool Thou Art (1559) and Enough is as Good as a Feast (1560) – Don Beecher: An Obstruction to Interpretation: The Authority of Allegory in the Comedy of Patient and Meek Grissill – Howard Norland: The Allegorising of Revenge in Horestes – Michael Hattaway: Allegorising in Drama and the Visual Arts – Marie-Hélène Besnault: Of trees, theatrical, symbolic and allegorical in Tudor drama – Raphaelle Costa de Beauregard: From allegory to performance: the king’s ‘third’ body in Richard II.