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Department
English
Course
EN 2140
Professor
Aleksandar Lukac
Semester
Winter

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March 27, 2013 EN 2160 Exam Review  Same exam structure as the mid-term The Second Shepard’s Play  In England. A religious context, a church ritual. Greek Drama. A form of propaganda tool. Spreading the word of religion. Theatre was a way of popularizing the doctrine of the Christian religion. Many texts were in Latin. A way to engage with the text. Ideologically, is important. Groups of people that participated in the performances, financing it, preparing for it many months in advance. Comedy and drama, a serious play. Inclusion marks Elizabethan theatre, great contrast with what we have in religious theatre in Greece/Italy. For the populists. Doctor Faustus  Performed on a Thrust stage. Henry the eighth and Queen Elizabeth. 1951 ban
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