Origin and Growth of Early English Dramas from the Pre-Dramatic Stage to the Advent of Christopher Marlowe

Abstract :

Before the rise of proper drama in English literature people entertain one another through mimicry and make beliefs. The Church had objections to dramatic performances at first. Eventually and ironically that very Church became the great force to bring into existence proper dramas, in the precincts of the Church. Then we find minstrels entertaining people and village festivals and folk-plays also contributed to the growth of drama. Lastly, town-guilds took over the representation of plays and the large number of people took interest in such plays and their knowledge about basic things in their life consequently increased

Author: Mr. Satrughna Singh

Article : Origin and Growth of Early English Dramas from the Pre-Dramatic Stage to the Advent of Christopher Marlowe

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