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Shakespeare: On the Page and in Performance
An introduction to Shakespeare that combines literary study with theatrical analysis to understand both Shakespeare’s continuing popularity and his greatness.
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1500s: The Beginnings of Modern Theater in London
1 Vocabulary Words I Learned in this Course:
scatological, adj. of language or literature, dealing pruriently or humorously with excrement and excretory functions  "In 16th century England, traveling actors used makeshift stages such as the courtyard of an inn or a pub, a scaffold, or a back of a wagon to perform popular often sub-literate pieces which often brought together drama, song, dance, and scatological humor."