Charles Fitz-Geffry and the 'Wars of the Theatres.'

Doelman, James
June 2008
Early Theatre;2008, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
The article examines the Latin epigrams in Charles Fitz-Geffry's book "Affaniae" and some letters relating to Charles, in an effort to search for information on the "War of the Theatres." It analyzes some of the poems presented in Charles' book, along with the issues that each depicts. The author notes that the poems and letters he explored illustrated Charles' position in the heated literary climate in 1601 and the role of censorship in print movement.


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