Fletcherian dramatic achievement: a study in the mature plays of John Fletcher (1579-1625)
Drábek, P; Drabek, Pavel
Professor Pavel Drabek P.Drabek@hull.ac.uk
Professor of Drama and Theatre Practice
The mature plays of John Fletcher, Shakespeare's collaborator and successor with the King's Men, have received little critical attention. This book analyzes the specifics of mature Fletcherian style, proposing a reading that agrees with the Baroque mode. Special attention is given to anachronistic conventions that have been applied to Fletcherian drama.
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2010). Fletcherian dramatic achievement: a study in the mature plays of John Fletcher (1579-1625). (1). Masarykova univerzita
|Book Type||Authored Book|
|Acceptance Date||Oct 15, 2010|
|Publication Date||Oct 15, 2010|
|Keywords||John Fletcher; English drama; early modern drama; Baroque drama; Jacobean drama; structural analysis|
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