|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-187) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Introduction; ONE: Theater and the Devil's Teats; TWO: Word against Image: The Context of Iconoclasm; THREE: God's Body and Incarnational Drama; FOUR: The Textualization of God's Body; FIVE: "Let the Audience Look to Their Eyes": Jonson and Shakespeare; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
|| Michael O'Connell shows that Reformation culture was preoccupied with idolatry and that the theatre was attacked as idolatrous. This anti-theatricalism targeted the traditional mystery plays. The text aims to explain what this meant for the secular theatre that followed.
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|| Print version record.