Unformatted text preview: ← Bubonic plague – authorities sought to close theatres down because of the spread of disease – crowded theatres. ← RESEARCH: Criticism of the plague in Doctor Faustus . ← Doctor Faustus has challenges and difficulties; stage directions weren’t in the original – do we need to be told, when its outlined in the dialogue, commentary of his actions through dialogue? ← All the stage directions we need are in the dialogue. ← Dramatists spent more on props and clothing than on scripts. ← Mixes effect and affect. (Faustus) ← RESEARCH: Philip Henslow (The Rose) ← The Admiral’s Men – prestigious play troupe. ← Modern ideas of ‘copyright’ didn’t exist then. ← A-text: Admiral’s Men moved on - paid for versions and performances texts. ← Determinant – “Faustus be damned” – Calvinistic aspect....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course ENG ENGL111 taught by Professor Dinahbirch during the Fall '10 term at University of Liverpool.
- Fall '10