Weekly Reading for Medieval Theatre (updated for 2014-5)

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Week 9, Interludes 2: John Heywood, The Play of the Weather and John Bale, John Baptystes Preachynge (W)

Andrew W. Taylor, ‘The Reformation of History in John Bale’s Biblical Dramas’ in English Historical Drama 1500 to 1660, ed. Teresa Grant and Barbara Ravelhofer (Palgrave, 2007), 58- 97. (WUL)

Greg Walker, ‘Conservative Drama II: John Heywood’s Play of the Weather’ in Plays of Persuasion (CUP, 1991), pp. 133-168. (CoEx)

Week 10, Scotland: Sir David Lindsay, Ane Satyre of The Thrie Estaitis (both versions in Walker, ed.)

Walker, Greg. (1989) ‘Sir David Lindsay’s Ane Satire of the Thrie Estaitis and the Politics of the Reformation’. Scottish Literary Journal 16.2. Pp. 5–17. (WUL)

Axton, Marie. (1990) ‘Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis: The First Edition and its Reception’. A Day Estivall: Essays on the Music, Poetry and History of Scotland and England in honour of Helena Mennie Shire. Ed. A. Gardner-Medwin and J. Hadley Williams. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. Pp. 21-34. (CoEx)

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