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David Klausner
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It was founded in 1976 by a group of international scholars interested in understanding the native tradition of English playmaking that apparently flourished in late medieval provincial towns and formed the context for the development of the English Renaissance theatre, including the work of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.

GibsonJeremy and RogersColin, Coroners' records in England and Wales, Birmingham, Federation of Family History .

GibsonJeremy and RogersColin, Coroners' records in England and Wales, Birmingham, Federation of Family History Societies, 1988, 8vo, pp. 48, £. 0 (paperback). Volume 34 Issue 3 - Marion Bowman. Arts in Pre-Cromwellian.

Records of Early English Drama holds the rights to all electronic texts in the series. You may not use this work for commercial purposes

Records of Early English Drama holds the rights to all electronic texts in the series. You may not use this work for commercial purposes. You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work.

Book Launch: This Pilgrim Nation. Records of Early English Drama. By David M. Klausner.

e. Wales, Records of Early English Drama (2005). Sawyer Marsalek, K. ed. ‘Bring furth the pagants’: Essays in Early English Drama presented to Alexandra F Johnston, Studies in Early English Drama (2007)

e. Baldwin, . Clopper, . Mills, D. Cheshire (including Chester), Records of Early English Drama (2007). Erler, M. e. Ecclesiastical London, Records of Early English Drama (2008). Stokes, J. Lincolnshire, Records of Early English Drama (2009). ‘Bring furth the pagants’: Essays in Early English Drama presented to Alexandra F Johnston, Studies in Early English Drama (2007). Rogerson, . Playing a Part in History: The York Mysteries, 1951-2006, Studies in Early English Drama (2009).

The Records of Early English Drama (REED) series aims to. .

The Records of Early English Drama (REED) series aims to establish the context for the great drama of Britain's past by examining material related to drama, secular music, and other communal entertainment and ceremony from the Middle Ages until the mid-seventeenth century. Both of these books think they are aimed at the university library market. This is both good and bad.

Twenty-five collections of records have been completed since the first REED collection, York, appeared in 1979; the most .

Twenty-five collections of records have been completed since the first REED collection, York, appeared in 1979; the most recent one, REED: Lincolnshire, comes out in 2009. For many years, REED also published a twice-yearly newsletter (REEDN), now superseded by a refereed journal, Early Theatre (ET/REED).

Volume 46 Issue 4. David N. Klausner, ed. English Français. Journal of British Studies. Wales. Records of Early Drama, vol. 18. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. London: British Library, 2005.

David N Klausner ed Herefordshire Worcestershire Records of Early English Drama. A R Braunmuller and Michael Hattaway The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Drama. 368. Prophecy Poetry and Power in Renaissance England. 409. 416. New Series 20 Essays on Dramatic and Transmissions.

1) The English from an early period tended to preserve written documents with some care . 2) It is precisely this wealth of documentary survival that has provided the material for projects such as Records of Early English Drama.

1) The English from an early period tended to preserve written documents with some care, with the result that they often preserved legal and administrative documents long after their usefulness had faded. The particulars of English common law also promoted this zeal for the preservation of documents. The situation for manuscript production and survival in Wales was quite different.