Bryant, Joseph

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Ben Jonson's use of English folk ritual in the court masques 1964 3 A chronological study of the court masques of Ben Jonson reveals that he began composing masques using the purely classical elements which were the accepted devices of the day but that about 1610 he began to import elements which appear to have their...
The booke of Sir Thomas Moore : an interpretation in the light of its sources and probable occasion 1965 4 Discussions of The Booke of Sir Thomas Moore have centered primarily on three problems: whether Shakespeare actually wrote parts of it, when it was written, and whether it was ever produced. My paper attempts to discuss the play from three different ...
Chapman's humor theory 1967 6 The Comedy of Humors was developed near the close of the sixteenth century principally through the efforts of Ben Jonson and George Chapman. Although both men appear concurrently in the field, Jonson is generally credited with the development of this...
A revaluation of the serious thematic concerns of three plays of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher as they are revealed in character development 1967 16 Twentieth-century critical assessment of the works of Beaumont and Fletcher usually ranges from charges of decadence to immorality. Modern critics have posited psychological interpretations, maintaining that Beaumont and Fletcher sacrifice plot and c...
The shoemaker's holiday : a study in technique and significance 1969 4 Although Thomas Dekker is accused of being a "hack without ideas," a man whose talent was chiefly journalistic, his contributions to Elizabethan drama through The Shoemaker's Holiday (1599) cannot be ignored. This play is usually classified as a roma...