The Resource Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas; : a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,, by Joseph Quincy Adams

Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas; : a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,, by Joseph Quincy Adams

Label
Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas; : a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,
Title
Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas;
Title remainder
a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,
Statement of responsibility
by Joseph Quincy Adams
Creator
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1881-1946
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Adams, Joseph Quincy
Illustrations
facsimiles
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR1260
LC item number
.A3
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English drama
  • Mysteries and miracle-plays, English
  • English drama
  • Christian drama, English (Middle)
  • Bible plays, English
  • Bible plays, English
  • Christian drama, English (Middle)
  • English drama
  • English drama
  • Mysteries and miracle-plays, English
Label
Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas; : a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,, by Joseph Quincy Adams
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Sources of liturgical drama-Liturgical plays dealing with the story of Christ-Liturgical plays dealing with miscellaneous biblical stories, and with the legends of the saints-The introduction of the vernacular-The craft cycles-Non-cycle plays-Moralities-Folk plays-Farces-School plays-Inns of court plays-The court drama-Plays of the professional troupes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt. 1. Sources of the liturgical drama -- The wordless Alleluia sequence -- The Quem-Quæritis trope -- The Easter sepulchre (Depositio Crucis ; Elevatio Crucis) -- Semi-dramatic trope -- pt. 2. Liturgical plays dealing with the story of Christ -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys) -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys, and the Race of Peter and John) -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys, the Race of Peter and John, and the Appearance to Mary Magdalene) -- Peregrini -- Pastores -- Magi -- Herodes -- Prophetæ -- pt. 3. Liturgical plays dealing with miscellaneous biblical stores, and with the legends of the saints -- Conversio Beati Pauli Apostoli -- Ludus super Iconia Sancti Nicolai -- Tres Clerici -- Adeodatus -- pt. 4. The introduction of the vernacular -- The Sepulchre -- The Wayfarers -- The Shepherds -- pt. 5. The Craft Cycles -- Banns (N. towne) -- The Fall of Lucifer (N. towne) -- The Creation of Eve, with the Expelling of Adam and Eve out of Paradise (Norwich) -- The Killing of Abel (Wakefield) -- Noah (Wakefield) -- The Deluge (Chester) -- The Sacrifice of Isaac (Brome MS.) -- Pharaoh (Wakefield) -- The Prophets (Chester) -- The Salutation and Conception (N. towne) -- The Birth of Jesus (York) -- The Shepherds (Wakefield) -- The Magi, Herod, and the Slaughter of the Innocents (Coventry) -- Christ's Ministry (Chester) -- The Betraying of Christ (N. towne) -- The Harrowing of Hell (Chester) -- The Resurrection of Christ (Wakefield) -- The Judgment Day (York) -- pt. 6. Non-cycle plays --- Dux Moraud -- The Conversion of St. Paul -- Mary Magdalene -- The Play of the Sacrament -- pt. 7. Moralities -- The Castle of Perseverance -- Everyman -- Mankind -- Wyt and Science -- pt. 8. Folk plays -- Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham -- Robin Hood and the Friar -- Shetland Sword Dance -- Oxfordshire St. George Play -- Leicestershire St. George Play -- The Revesby Sword Play -- pt. 9. Farces -- The Playe Called the Foure PP -- A Mery Play betwene Johan Johan the Husbande, Tyb his Wife, and Syr Johan the Preest -- The Play of the Wether -- pt. 10. School plays -- Roister Doister -- Gammer Gurton's Nedle -- pt. 11. Inns of court plays -- Gorboduc ; or, Ferrex and Porrex -- Svpposes -- pt. 12. The court drama -- Damon and Pithias -- Campaspe -- pt. 13. Plays of the professional troupes -- Cambises -- The Famovs Victories of Henry the Fifth -- George a Greene, the Pinner of Wakefield
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
vii, 712 pages
Lccn
24023608
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
facsimile
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00964280
  • (OCoLC)ocm00964280
Label
Chief pre-Shakespearean dramas; : a selection of plays illustrating the history of the English drama from its origin down to Shakespeare,, by Joseph Quincy Adams
Publication
Bibliography note
Sources of liturgical drama-Liturgical plays dealing with the story of Christ-Liturgical plays dealing with miscellaneous biblical stories, and with the legends of the saints-The introduction of the vernacular-The craft cycles-Non-cycle plays-Moralities-Folk plays-Farces-School plays-Inns of court plays-The court drama-Plays of the professional troupes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt. 1. Sources of the liturgical drama -- The wordless Alleluia sequence -- The Quem-Quæritis trope -- The Easter sepulchre (Depositio Crucis ; Elevatio Crucis) -- Semi-dramatic trope -- pt. 2. Liturgical plays dealing with the story of Christ -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys) -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys, and the Race of Peter and John) -- Sepulchrum (The Visit of the Marys, the Race of Peter and John, and the Appearance to Mary Magdalene) -- Peregrini -- Pastores -- Magi -- Herodes -- Prophetæ -- pt. 3. Liturgical plays dealing with miscellaneous biblical stores, and with the legends of the saints -- Conversio Beati Pauli Apostoli -- Ludus super Iconia Sancti Nicolai -- Tres Clerici -- Adeodatus -- pt. 4. The introduction of the vernacular -- The Sepulchre -- The Wayfarers -- The Shepherds -- pt. 5. The Craft Cycles -- Banns (N. towne) -- The Fall of Lucifer (N. towne) -- The Creation of Eve, with the Expelling of Adam and Eve out of Paradise (Norwich) -- The Killing of Abel (Wakefield) -- Noah (Wakefield) -- The Deluge (Chester) -- The Sacrifice of Isaac (Brome MS.) -- Pharaoh (Wakefield) -- The Prophets (Chester) -- The Salutation and Conception (N. towne) -- The Birth of Jesus (York) -- The Shepherds (Wakefield) -- The Magi, Herod, and the Slaughter of the Innocents (Coventry) -- Christ's Ministry (Chester) -- The Betraying of Christ (N. towne) -- The Harrowing of Hell (Chester) -- The Resurrection of Christ (Wakefield) -- The Judgment Day (York) -- pt. 6. Non-cycle plays --- Dux Moraud -- The Conversion of St. Paul -- Mary Magdalene -- The Play of the Sacrament -- pt. 7. Moralities -- The Castle of Perseverance -- Everyman -- Mankind -- Wyt and Science -- pt. 8. Folk plays -- Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham -- Robin Hood and the Friar -- Shetland Sword Dance -- Oxfordshire St. George Play -- Leicestershire St. George Play -- The Revesby Sword Play -- pt. 9. Farces -- The Playe Called the Foure PP -- A Mery Play betwene Johan Johan the Husbande, Tyb his Wife, and Syr Johan the Preest -- The Play of the Wether -- pt. 10. School plays -- Roister Doister -- Gammer Gurton's Nedle -- pt. 11. Inns of court plays -- Gorboduc ; or, Ferrex and Porrex -- Svpposes -- pt. 12. The court drama -- Damon and Pithias -- Campaspe -- pt. 13. Plays of the professional troupes -- Cambises -- The Famovs Victories of Henry the Fifth -- George a Greene, the Pinner of Wakefield
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
vii, 712 pages
Lccn
24023608
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
facsimile
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00964280
  • (OCoLC)ocm00964280

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