Fifteenth century English Drama

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Fifteenth century English Drama
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Davenport offers a reassessment of The Pride of Lifeand the Macro Plays and argues for a new grouping of plays.

Fifteenth century English Drama

Davenport offers a reassessment of The Pride of Lifeand the Macro Plays and argues for a new grouping of plays.

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Fifteenth century English Drama

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Fifteenth Century Studies

15th-c. adaptations of Chrétien de Troyes, the use of motifs, and standard features including current state of research and book review section.

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Medieval English Drama

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