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AUTHOR TITLE                   Pages
Dedication: In Memoriam Jean-Claude Aubailly 3
Jean-Paul Debax & Yves Peyré Introduction 4–9
André Lascombes Pour une rhétorique du spectaculaire: notes sur l’ostension 10–24
Graham Runnalls Were They Listening or Watching? Text and Spectacle at the 1510 Châteaudun Passion Play 25–36
Elisabeth Lalou Les Tortures dans les mystères: théâtre et réalité XIVe–XVe siècle 37–50
Peter Happé Spectacle in Bale and Heywood 51–65
Richard Axton Royal Throne, Royal Bed: John Heywood and Spectacle 66–76
Alan Hindley Staging the Old French Moralité: The Case of Les Enfants de Maintenant 77–90
Francis Guinle Songs in Tudor Drama: Forms and Meaning 91–115
Madeleine Lazard Deux Entrées Royales à Nantes en 1532: celle d’Eléonore d’Autriche, Reine de France et du Dauphin François II 116–125
Jean-Pierre Villquin Attraits et outrances du spectaculaire sur la scène Jacobéene: The Travailes of The Three English Brothers Sir Thomas, Sir Anthony, Mr. Robert Shirley (1607) 126–141
Irène Mamczarz The Representation of Cities in the Baroque Opera and the Development of ‘Italian-Style’ Scenography 142–165
Pierre Danchin Le Developpement du spectaculaire sur le théâtre anglais (1660–1800): le rôle des prologues et épilogues 166–176

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