Sources and Genres in the Repertory
This chapter characterizes some of the archival dimensions of the repertory of Lord Strange’s Men—its selection of subjects, materials, and genres—as represented by its plays. In its discussion of the company’s archive, the chapter argues that the plays of Lord Strange’s Men linked the stage closely to the modern world and to fashionable modes of writing associated with the contemporary Renaissance.
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