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Shakespeare's second historical tetralogy : some Christian features /
edited by Beatrice Batson.
West Cornwall, CT : Locust Hill Press, c2004.
xxix, 188 p.
0972228942 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
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West Cornwall, CT : Locust Hill Press, c2004.
0972228942 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Introductionp. ix
Contributorsp. xxvii
The Coventry Mysteries and Shakespeare's Historiesp. 3
Sons Without Fathers: Shakespeare's Second Tetralogyp. 27
Dear Expedience: The Imagery of Shakespeare's Henry IV Tetralogyp. 57
The Chronicles of Emptiness: Loss, Disappointment, and Failure in Shakespeare's Second Tetralogyp. 83
Spilling Royal Blood: Denial, Guilt and Expiation in Shakespeare's Second Historical Tetralogyp. 107
England as Eden in Richard II: The Implications for the Second Tetralogyp. 129
Shakespeare and Religious Polemic: Revisiting 1 Henry IV and the Oldcastle Controversyp. 147
"Judge, My Masters": Playing Hal's Audiencep. 165
Indexp. 179
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