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Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama)

by John J. McGavin

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Published by Ashgate Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: classical, early & medieval,
  • Theatre, drama,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Plays / Drama,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Drama,
  • English drama,
  • History,
  • History and criticism,
  • Scotland,
  • Scottish authors,
  • Theater

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10826951M
    ISBN 100754607941
    ISBN 109780754607946

      Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre. The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for /5(2). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John McGavin books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

    "Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early-modern Scotland" analyses narrative accounts of public theatricality in late medieval and early-modern Scottish culture (pre). Literary texts such as journal, memoir and chronicles reveal a complex spectatorship in which eye witness, textual witness and the imagination interconnect. Lucinda (Lucy) H.S. Dean is an early career researcher of ceremony and ritual focusing on medieval and early modern Scotland. She received her PhD from the University of Stirling in and is working on a monograph on Scottish royal ceremonies of death and succession to add to a number of book chapters and journal articles on a variety of.

    Scottish literature in the Middle Ages is literature written in Scotland, or by Scottish writers, between the departure of the Romans from Britain in the fifth century, until the establishment of the Renaissance in the late fifteenth century and early sixteenth century. It includes literature written in Brythonic, Scottish Gaelic, Scots, French and Latin. This led to Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Ashgate ), which won the Frank Watson Prize for Scottish History. I recently co-authored Imagining spectatorship: from the mysteries to the Shakespearean stage (OUP ) with Professor Greg Walker of .


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Book review of Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland. By John J. McGavin. Ashgate Publishing Ltd., pages. Hardback; £ ISBN: This work evolved out of a larger project – Records of Early Drama: Scotland. Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland analyses narrative accounts of public theatricality in late medieval and early-modern Scottish culture (pre).

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Literary texts such as journal, memoir and chronicles reveal a complex spectatorship in which eye witness, textual witness and the imagination : John J. McGavin. Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland analyses narrative accounts of public theatricality in late medieval and early-modern Scottish culture (pre).

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By John J. McGavin. Description: Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland analyses narrative accounts of public theatricality in late medieval and early-modern Scottish culture (pre). Literary texts such as journal, memoir and chronicles reveal a complex spectatorship in which eye witness, textual witness and the imagination.

Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland is a provocative book in that it offers a different perspective on the familiar material it discusses, and it does so in a different critical language from previous accounts.

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Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama. Aldershot: Ashgate, Pp. xi + $ An important result of the publication to date of twenty collections in the se ries Records of Early English Drama has been a significant heightening of our. John Mcgavin is the author of Theatricality And Narrative In Medieval And Early Modern Scotland ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ).

Book review: Theatricality and narrative in medieval and early modern Scotland by John J. McGavin. / Pfeiffer, Kerstin. In: History Scotland Magazine, Vol. 8, No. 3,p. Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Book/Film/Article review.

John McGavin. Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early- Modern Scotland. Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama. Aldershot: Ashgate, Pp. xi + $Author: David N Klausner. The Scottish Historical Review / List of Issues / Vol Issue 1 / Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland.

By John J. McGavin. xi, ISBN: Aldershot: Ashgate. £50Author: Theo Van Heijnsbergen. Art in Medieval Scotland includes all forms of artistic production within the modern borders of Scotland, between the fifth century and the adoption of the Renaissance in the early sixteenth century.

In the early Middle Ages, there were distinct material cultures evident in the different federations and kingdoms within what is now Scotland. Pictish art was the only uniquely Scottish Medieval. Henry S. Turner, editor Henry S. Turner is Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.

He is the author of The English Renaissance Stage: Geometry, Poetics, and the Practical Spatial Arts, – (Oxford, ), Shakespeare’s Double Helix (Continuum, ), and editor of The Culture of Capital: Property, Cities, and Knowledge in Early Modern England (Routledge.

The book’s features include: * large historical range, from medieval to postmodern * case studies offering close readings of written texts * examples of how to ‘read for the body’, exploring written text as a ‘discipline’ of the body * breadth of cultural reference, from stage plays through to dance culture *.

Theatricality in Early Modern Art and Architecture offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture and the theatre. The authors present many new instances of the interaction between the arts, providing a theoretical and historiographical context for these interactions.

Offers the first systematic investigation of exchanges between the arts, architecture. Radical Theatricality argues that our narrow search for extant medieval play scripts depends entirely on a definition of theater far more literary than performative.

This literary definition pushes aside some of our best evidence of Spain's medieval performance traditions precisely because this evidence is considered either intangible or "un-dramatic" (that is, monologic).Book review: Theatricality and narrative in medieval and early modern Scotland by John J.

McGavinAuthor: Kerstin Pfeiffer.Early Modern Theatricality, ed. Henry S. Turner (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) brings together twenty-nine full-length, original essays by leading scholars in the field, inviting them to test out new methods for capturing the full event of theatre and its immense imaginative resources.

Contributors examine the clusters of techniques, objects, bodies, conventions, signs, and other.