Table of contents for The drama of landscape : land, property, and social relations on the early modern stage / Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr.


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Introduction
Part I. Of Landlords and Kings: The Landscapes of Estate and Nation: 1. Arden lay murdered in that plot of ground: surveying, land and Arden of Faversham
2. Strange metamorphoses: landscape and the nation in Woodstock
3. Reading Shakespeare's maps
Part II. Where All Roads Lead: Land, Travel, and Identity: 4. Civilizing Wales: Cymbeline, roads and the landscapes of early modern Britain
5. Knowing one's place: the highway, the estate, and A Jovial Crew
Part III. London under Fire: Landscape, Space, and the Representation of Revolt: 6. The beleaguered city: guild culture and urban space in Heywood's I Edward IV and Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI
Notes
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English drama Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 History and criticism, Landscape in literature, Literature and society Great Britain History 16th century, Literature and society Great Britain History 17th century, Social classes in literature, Land tenure in literature, Property in literature