Theater of a City

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Linking the development of London’s theatres directly to the capital’s spectacular demographic and economic growth during the second half of the 16th century, Howard argues that the theatre was important in shaping people’s perception of new urban environments. In chapters on the Royal Exchange, London’s debtors’ prisons, its whorehouses, and the West End, the study explores how dramas helped construct the social relations and activity within these locations.

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Theater of a City

Theater of a City

The Places of London Comedy, 1598–1642

Paperback284pp Illustrated229x152mm

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Linking the development of London’s theatres directly to the capital’s spectacular demographic and economic growth during the second half of the 16th century, Howard argues that the theatre was important in shaping people’s perception of new urban environments. In chapters on the Royal Exchange, London’s debtors’ prisons, its whorehouses, and the West End, the study explores how dramas helped construct the social relations and activity within these locations.

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