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[Bibliography & Endnotes] What difficulties does the historian encounter when trying to learn about the experience of play going for those below the social elite before the Civil War?



BIBLIOGRAPHY

R. Holsey The Playhouse in J. Barroll, The Revels History of Drama in English v.3 1576-1613, (London, 1975).

G. E. Bentley, The Diary of a Caroline Theatergoer in Modern Philology V.35 (1937-38).

G. Blackmore-Evans (ed.), Elizabethan-Jacobean Drama (London, 1987).

Foakes, Playhouses and Players in The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Drama ed. A.R Braunmuller and M. Hattaway (Cambridge, 1990).

A.J. Cook, The Privileged Playgoers of Shakespeares London 1576-1642 (Princeton Guildford University press, 1981).

A. Gurr, The shakesperian stage (Cambridge, 1980).

A. Gurr, Play going in Shakespeare's London (Cambridge, 1987).

A. Harbage. Shakespeare's Audience (N.York, 1941).

A. Harbage, Shakespeare and the rival traditions (New York, 1952).

J.E. Howard, The Stage and Social Struggle in Early Modern England (London, 1994).

W. J. Lawrence, Those nut-cracking Elizabethans (London, 1935).

G. Salgado, Eyewitnesses of Shakespeare (London, 1975).

Modern Philology V.35 (1937-38)



ENDNOTES

1. A.J. Cook, The Privileged Playgoers of Shakespeares London 1576-1642 (Princeton Guildford University press, 1981) p.3.

2. Ibid. p.3.

3. G. E. Bentley, The Diary of a Caroline Theatergoer in Modern Philology V.35 (1937-38) p.61.

4. A. J. Cook, op. cit., p.8.

5. Ibid. p.229.

6. Ibid. p.271.

7. R. Holsey, The Playhouse in J. Barroll, The Revels History of Drama in English v.3 1576- 1613. (London ) p.48.

8. A. Harbage, Shakespeare's Audience (N.York, 1941) p.60.

9. Henry Crosse Vertues Commonwealth; or Highway to honour (1603) cited in Ibid. p.63,

10. I. H., This World's Folly, (1615), cited in A. J. Cook, op. cit., p.244.

11. R. Holsey, op. cit., p.48.

12. A. Harbage, op. cit., p.158.

13. A. Gurr, The Shakesperian Stage (Cambridge, 1980), p.199.

14. A. Harbage, op. cit., pp.4-5.

15. Ibid., pp.92-93.

16. A. J. Cook, op. cit., p.22.

17. Gayton, Pleasant notes upon Don Quixote cited in ibid., p.227.

18. A. Gurr, op. cit., pp.206-207.

19. From Beaufort and Fletcher's The Scornful lady, cited in W. J. Lawrence, Those Nut-cracking Elizabethans (London, 1935), p.2.

20. Northbrooke, (1577), cited in J. E. Howard, op. cit., p.79.

21. William Harison, (1617) cited in A. Harbage, op. cit., p.113.

22. Father Busino, cited in ibid., p.78.

23. Philip Julius (1602) Diary of the Journey of Philip Julius Duke of Settin-Pomerania through England in the year 1602 cited in ibid., p.77.

24. A. W. Ward, cited in ibid., p.74.

25. Ibid., p.75.

26. Thomas Platter (1599) cited in ibid., p.77.

27. Foakes, Playhouses and Players in The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Drama (ed.), A.R Braunmuller and M. Hattaway, (Cambridge, 1990), p.9.

28. A. Gurr, op. cit. p.195.


ESSAY BY HEATHER SHARNETTE
1996



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