English Stage Comedy, 1490-1990: Five Centuries of a Genre
Psychology Press, 1998 - 182 strán (strany)
A unique and beautifully written study of the comedy of the English stage from the Tudor period to the late twentieth century. It shows how this remarkably enduring genre has dealt with the tensions of social life.
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