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The Idolatrous Eye: Iconoclasm and Theater in Early Modern England Hardcover – 1 Jan 2000


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The Idolatrous Eye powerfully reads not just Elizabethan, but all of post-classical Western European drama, as a crucible for the epistemological struggle between word and image over the mystery of the Incarnation. (Religion and the Arts)

Learned and well-argued ... the work will benefit all students and scholars of the English theatre and stands as an important contribution to our evolving appreciation of the origins of early modern theatre in England. (Modern Language Review)

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