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book The essays examine festival occasions taking place between 1560 and 1660, and draw attention to some of the more vigorous developments of the form o. .
Essays from a specialist seminar held at University of Warwick, April 1990, under the auspices of the Graduate school of Renaissance Studies. The essays examine festival occasions taking place between 1560 and 1660, and draw attention to some of the more vigorous developments of the form of political theatre, not only in Italy but also Denmark, France, England, and the German-speaking states.
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Their essays explore common themes in festival culture across Renaissance Europe, including the use of festival in.Contents: Introduction, .
Their essays explore common themes in festival culture across Renaissance Europe, including the use of festival in political self-fashioning and the construction of a national self-image. Mulryne; Recovering the Past: Early modern European festivals - politics and performance, event and record, Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly; The Renaissance triumph and its classical inheritance, Margaret M. McGowan; Early Modern France and Festival: Court festival and triumphal entries under Henri II, Richard Cooper; Etiquette and architecture at the court of the last Valois, Monique Chatenet; The politics of festivals.
Mulryne, Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly and Margaret Shewring, assoc. Other recent studies of festival include: Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance, eds.
J. Mulryne and Margaret Shewring.
Theatre of the English and Italian Renaissance studies interrelationships between English and Italian Theatre of the Renaissance period, including texts, performance and performance spaces, and cultural parallels and contrasts. Connections are traced between Italian writers including Aretino, Castiglione and Zorenzo Valla and such English playwrights as Shakespeare, Lyly and Ben Jonson. Warwick Studies in the European Humanities. J.
Contents: Introduction, Margaret Shewring; French Renaissance waterborne festivals in the 16th century .
Contents: Introduction, Margaret Shewring; French Renaissance waterborne festivals in the 16th century, Richard Cooper; Lyon: a centre for water celebrations, Margaret M. McGowan; Parisian waterborne festivals form Francis I the Henri III, Monique Chatenet; Water festivals in the reign of Charles IX of France, . Mulryne and Margaret . cGowan of the new Ashgate Series of European Festival Studies.