The Politics of the Stuart Court Masque
This book takes a new look at the courtly masque-- a unique combination of music, dance, speech, and elaborate costume -- in early seventeenth-century England. The essays, written by distinguished scholars from around the world, present an interdisciplinary approach, with experts on dance, music, visual spectacle and politics all addressing the masque from the point of view of their speciality. Together they reveal how rival factions at the courts of James I and of Charles I represent their clash of viewpoints through dancing and spectacle.
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the Earl of Essex Francis Bacon
Jacobean masques and the Jacobean peace
tradition and novelty in
Inventing the Stuart masque
Jonson the antimasque and the rules of flattery
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Accession Day Anna Anna's antimasque aristocratic audience authority Bacon Ben Jonson Cambridge Campion celebrate ceremonial Charles Comus costume Countess Countess of Bedford court masque courtiers courtly culture dancers Daniel David Lindley drama Earl Early Stuart Elizabeth Elizabethan England English entertainment essay Essex festivities fiction figure gesture Henry's Herford and Simpson History honour Hymenaei Ibid Inigo Jones Jacobean Jacobean court James's John Jonson Jonsonian Juno King James King's ladies lines London Lord Mayor's Show masque dances Masque of Blackness Masque of Queens masquers Mayor Merchant Tailors Milton monarch Neoplatonic night Oberon occasion Oxford peace performance play poet poetic political present Prince Henry Prince of Wales Prospero Queen Anne reign Renaissance revels rhetoric role Roy Strong royal satyrs Shakespeare Simpson eds social song spectacle stage Stephen Orgel Stuart court Stuart masque symbolic Tempest Tiltyard tion tournament Triumph Tudor Twelve Goddesses virtue vols women
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