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Three Dutch Rhetoricians plays

Happé, Peter and Strietman, Elsa (eds.) (2004) Three Dutch Rhetoricians plays, vol. 26, Lancaster, UK, Medieval English Theatre, 186pp. (Medieval English Theatre, 26).

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This volume of Medieval English Theatre consists of three Dutch Rhetoricians plays. It is published simultaneously as Volume One: Three Biblical Plays [ISBN 086386 0133] of a two-volume edition and translation entitled For Pleasure and Profit: Six Dutch Rhetoricians Plays by Elsa Strietman and Peter Happé. Volume Two, which will be published and can be purchased separately (but not as a METh volume), contains three classical plays, Hue Mars ende Venus tsaemen bueleerden (‘How Mars and Venus dallied together’), and two versions of the Pyramus and Thisbe story, one from Haarlem and one from Antwerp: Een spel van sinnen van de historie van Piramus en Thisbe genaempt de Sinnelijcke Genegentheyt (‘A Moral Play of the History of Pyramus and Thisbe also known as The Play of Sensual Appetite’) and Pyramus ende Thisbe.

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Published date: 2004


Local EPrints ID: 48983
ISSN: 0143-3784
PURE UUID: 8c602417-68c4-49c6-ba4a-4e66713d0876

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Date deposited: 19 Oct 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:57

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Editor: Peter Happé
Editor: Elsa Strietman

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