Early modern drama is steeped in biblical language, imagery and stories. This collection examines the pervasive presence of scripture on the early modern stage. Exploring plays by writers such as Shakespeare, Marlowe, Middleton, and Webster, the contributors showhow theatre offers a site of public and communal engagement with the Bible.
Genre: Literary Criticism, Drama
Subgenre: European / English + Irish + Scottish + Welsh, Drama, Religious + Liturgical