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La Conscience dans le théâtre réformé : Circulation d'une représentation de l'homme pécheur entre le continent et l'Angleterre

Abstract : This article traces links between certain French-language Protestant morality plays of the 16th century and the early modern English theatre. It concentrates on the character and the faculty of Conscience, as represented on stage in ways that reflect the Reformation emphasis on the role of the individual's "heart" in the processes of repentance and conversion. Dramaturgical tendencies reflecting this perspective are followed through a series of "interludes" as far as the later secular theatre, including that of Shakespeare.
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Richard Hillman. La Conscience dans le théâtre réformé : Circulation d'une représentation de l'homme pécheur entre le continent et l'Angleterre. Revue d'Histoire du Théâtre, Publiée avec le Concours du Ministere de la Culture, 2020, Théâtre, guerres et religion (Europe, XVIe siècle), 286 (avril-juin 2020-2), pp.57-68. ⟨halshs-02954170⟩

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