Ostovich, Helen; Gouch, Melinda
December 2009
Early Theatre;2009, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p11
Academic Journal
The article discusses various reports within the issue including one by Frank Napolitana and John Geck on rhetoric in medieval drama and another by Maura Giles-Watson and Katrine Wong on the music of early modern drama.


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