THE ELIZABETHAN THEATRE SERIES

Hardbound Volumes  |  Volume XV

Editors: G. Hibbard, C.E. McGee and A.L. Magnusson





Scholarship on the dramatic works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries,

selected papers from the Biannual International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre
at the University of Waterloo.

In fifteen volumes The Elizabethan Theatre covers thirty years of scholarship
on the dramatic works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

"richly deserves to be read" — University of Toronto Quarterly

"I am impressed with the quality of production and I am impressed with the way

the editors have edited the collection" — Notes and Queries (London)

"scholars have recovered a great deal of Elizabethan theatre history"

— The Yale Review

"a nice blend of the elegantly discursive, the solidly factual"

—The Review of English Studies

"The Waterloo conference is important for historians of the theatre, because it has

often been the occasion for presentation of important scholarly evidence or

re-interpretations." — Renaissance and Reformation




ELIZABETHAN THEATRE XV
the dramatist, collaboration & community

Edited and Introduced by C.E. McGee

and A.L. Magnusson

the 15th volume in the series.

Scholarship on the dramatic

works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

Contributors:

   Suzanne Gossett, Loyola University , Chicago

                        Richard Hillman, University of Western Ontario

                        Ton Hoenselaars, Utrecht University

Jean E. Howard, Columbia University

                        Janelle Day Jenstad, University of Windsor

Michael Keefer, University of Guelph

Leanore Lieblein, McGill University

Irena R. Makaryk, University of Ottawa

Jeffrey Masten, Northwestern University

Kathleen McLuskie, University of Southampton

Helen Ostovich, McMaster University

Alan Somerset, University of Western Ontario

Paul Stevens, Queen’s University

Paul Werstine, King’s College, University of Western Ontario

Paul Yachnin, University of British Columbia


   5.5”X 8.5” · Hardbound ·  0 88835 013 9 ·  978-0-88835-013-8 · 339 pages


Can/U.S. $49.95



THE ELIZABETHAN THEATRE SERIES in Hardbound Volumes

The Biannual International Conference
on Elizabethan Theatre

at the University of Waterloo

The Elizabethan Theatre contains work of international Elizabethan theatre and

Shakespearean scholars.



playhouses, companies & masque • VII • 1980 • 0-88835-008-2 • 978-0-88835-008-4 • 220 pages

pastoral drama • VIII • 1982 • 0-88835-010-4 • 978-0-88835-010-7 • 206 pages

playhouse design • IX • 1986 • 0-88835-018-X • 978-0-88835-018-3 • 248 pages

patronage • X • 1988 • 0-88835-022-8 • 978-0-88835-022-0 • 154 pages

the 1580's • XI • 1990 • 0-88835-028-7 • 978-0-88835-028-2 • 249 pages

the language of the theatre • XII • 1993 • 0-88835-036-8 • 978-0-88835-036-7 • 215 pages

performance • XIII • 1994 • 0-88835-042-2 • 978-0-88835-042-8 • 206 pages

women & the early modern theatre • XIV • 1996 • 0-88835-003-1 • 978-0-88835-003-9 • 248 pages
the dramatist, collaboration & community • XV • 2000 • 0 88835 013 9 • 978-0-88835-013-8 • 339 pages

In fifteen volumes The Elizabethan Theatre covers thirty years

of scholarship on the dramatic works of

Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

Series Price · Volumes VII through XV · Can/U.S. $349.00

Volumes VII through XIV all · illustrated · 5.5”X 8.5” · Hardbound
Can/U.S. $37.95 each



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