September 28, 2006

1982

Diehl, Huston, ‘Inversion, Parody, and Irony: The Visual Rhetoric of Renaissance English Tragedy’, Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 22.2, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama (Spring, 1982), 197-209

Keywords

Renaissance, iconography, of stage props, costume, gesture, in theatrical production, of tragic drama, irony, sources in morality play, of Tudor period

Location

Link via University of Warwick Library (JSTOR)

Inversion, Parody, and Irony: The Visual Rhetoric of Renaissance English Tragedy


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