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Research opportunities in Renaissance drama : the report of the Modern Language Association conference.

New Title: Research opportunities in medieval and Renaissance drama
Previous Title: Renaissance drama. Supplement
Language(s): English
Published: Evanston [Ill.] : Northwestern University Press, -c2004.
Subjects: Renaissance.
Theater > England > History > 16th century > Periodicals.
European drama > Renaissance, 1450-1600 > History and criticism > Periodicals.
English drama > Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 > History and criticism > Periodicals.
Note: Description based on: 9 (1966).
Some vols. include extensive bibliographies.
Published: <1972-73>-1975, New Orleans : University of New Orleans; 1976-, Lawrence, Kan. : University of Kansas; -2004, Tacoma, WA : University of Puget Sound.
Subtitle varies.
Vols. for <1966>-1981 and 1983-1987 include reports of an annual Modern Language Association conference (called seminar, 1970-1975) on Renaissance drama.
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 22 cm.
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