Kurt A. Schreyer explores the relationship between Shakespeare's plays and a tradition of late medieval English biblical drama known as mystery plays.
SHAKESPEARE'S MEDIEVAL CRAFT Contents List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Note on the Text Abbreviations Introduction 1. Toward a Renaissance Culture of Medieval Artifacts 2. The Chester Banns: A Sixteenth-Century Perspective on the Mysteries 3. Balaam to Bottom: A Sixteenth-Century Translation 4. "Then Is Doomsday Near": Hamlet, the Last Judgment, and the Place of Purgatory 5. "Here's a Knocking Indeed!" Macbeth and the Harrowing of Hell Epilogue: Riding the Banns beyond Shakespeare Notes Bibliography Index.
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Print version: Schreyer, Kurt A. Shakespeare's Medieval Craft