This book explores the ways in which a range of early modern plays - including Shakespeare's King Lear, and Richard I, Heywood's Edward IV, and the anonymous Arden of Faversham - intervene in the reconceptualization of land and land ownership in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. The author also looks at landscape in a variety of other texts. Landscape has come to be seen as inseparable from texts produced in accordance with the values of aristocratic landowners. Using the work of geographers, the author offers an alternative view.
Detalhes do Produto
Subtítulo: LAND, PROPERTY AND SOCIAL RELATIONS ON THE EARLY M