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The Tragedy of Bussy d’Ambois

Autor Chapman, George
Testimonios
  • Bussy D'Ambois: A TRAGEDIE. Chapman, George. London. Aspley, William. 1607. 4º. A copy was bound in George Chapman's 1652 collection Comedies, Tragicomedies, and Tragedies (orig. title COMEDIES, Tragi-Comedies; & TRAGÆDIES:) (Wing C1940A; Farmer and Lesser, 5147) .
Ediciones modernas
  • Holaday, Allan (gen. ed.), ed. Bussy D’Ambois’. Chapman, George. In: Smith, John H., ed. The Plays of George Chapman: The Tragedies. Cambridge: Brewer, 1987, pp. 7–263
  • Fraser, Russell A.; Rabkin, Norman, ed. Drama of the English Renaissance II: The Stuart Period. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. Inc., 1976.
  • Evans, Maurice, ed. Bussy D’Ambois. Chapman, George. London: A & C Black, 1965. New Mermaids.
  • Brooke, Nicholas, ed. Bussy D’Ambois. Chapman, George. London: Methuen, 1964. The Revels Plays.
  • Ornstein, Robert; Spencer, Hazelton, ed. Elizabethan and Jacobean Tragedy: An Anthology. Boston: Heath, 1964,.
  • Brooke, Charles F. Tucker; Paradise, Nathaniel Burton, ed. English Drama 1580-1642. Boston: Heath, 1933.
  • Spencer, Hazelton, ed. Elizabethan Plays. Boston: D. C. Heath and Company, 1933.
  • Parrott, Thomas M, ed. The Plays of George Chapman: The Tragedies. New York: Russell & Rusell Inc, 1910.
Datación
  • 1604
Representaciones antiguas
  • Company: Children of Paul’s Venue: Date: 1604
    Cast:
      Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
      Note: Indoor “private” theatre
      Information source: Harbage, Alfred; Schoenbaum, Samuel; Wagonheim, Sylvia Stoler. Annals of English Drama, 975-1700, 3rd edition. 1989.
    • Company: Children of Paul’s Venue: Date: 1607-8
      Cast:
        Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
        Note: "'often presented at Paul's" by 1607-8 (Wiggins, vol. 5, p. 107). Indoor “private” theatre
        Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 5: 1603-1608. 2015.
      • Company: The King’s Men Venue: The Blackfriars Date: 1609 - 1642
        Cast:
          Location: Venue type: commercial theatre
          Note: Reported in 1699 as part of the King’s Men’s repertory. Indoor “private” theatre
          Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 5: 1603-1608. 2015.
        • Company: The King’s Men Venue: The Cockpit at Whitehall Palace Date: 1634
          Cast:
            Location: Venue type: palace / court
            Note: 7 April
            Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 5: 1603-1608. 2015.
          • Company: The King’s Men Venue: The Cockpit at Whitehall Palace Date: 1638
            Cast:
              Location: Venue type: palace / court
              Note: 27 March
              Information source: Wiggins, Martin. British Drama 1533-1642: A Catalogue. Volume 5: 1603-1608. 2015.
            Tiempo histórico
            • Siglo XVI
              Note: Dramatization of events that occurred between 1569 and 1579.
            Lugares de la acción
            • [France]. Europe
            Bibliografía selecta Estudios críticos:
            • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Instances of lexical inventiveness in Chapman's 'Bussy d'Ambois'". Ben Jonson Journal. 2016, vol. 2, 23, p. 290-300.
            • Hillman, Richard. "The tragic Channel-crossings of George Chapman: part i, 'Bussy d'Ambois', 'The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Byron'". Cahiers élisabéthains. 2004, 65, p. 25-43.
            • Hamlin, William M. "A borrowing from Nashe in Chapman's 'Bussy d'Ambois' .". Notes and Queries. 2001, vol. 3, 48, p. 264-5.
            • Müller, Anja I. "Bussy D'Ambois, the Duel and the Dynamic of Performance". Renaissance Forum: An Electronic Journal of Early Modern Literary and Historical Studies. 1998, vol. 2, 3, .
            • Oldaker, Lisa M. "Reinflating the spirit in 'Bussy d'Ambois'". Shakespeare and Renaissance Association of West Virginia: selected papers. 1992, 15, p. 86-93.
            • Krasner, James N. "The Tragedy of 'Bussy d'Ambois' and the creation of heroism". Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. 1989, 4, p. 107-21.
            • Montuori, Deborah. "The confusion of self and role in Chapman's 'Bussy d'Ambois'". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 1988, vol. 2, 28, p. 287-99.
            • Melbourne, Jane. "The inverted world of 'Bussy d'Ambois'". Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 1985, 25, p. 381-95.
            • Chivers, Frances. "Chapman's Bussy D'Ambois as 'Tragical Satyre' in the Tradition of Marlowe's Tamburlaine". Shakespeare and Renaissance Association of West Virginia - Selected Papers. 1984, 9, p. 34-44.
            • Corballis, R. P. "The apotheosis of Bussy D'Ambois". Notes and Queries. 1979, 26, p. 145-6.
            • Braunmuller, A. R. "Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois' and Field's 'Amends for Ladies'". Notes and Queries. 1979, 26, p. 401-3.
            • Tricomi, A. H. "The problem of authorship in the revised 'Bussy D'Ambois'". English Language Notes. 1979, 17, p. 22-9.
            • Bass, Carro. "Bussy D'Ambois". Innisfree Hammond. 1976, 3, p. 46-52.
            • Corballis, R. "'Bussy D'Ambois': the textual problem once more". Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association. 1976, 45, p. 80-90.
            • Tricomi, Albert. "The revised version of Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois': a shift in point of view". Studies in Philology. 1973, 70, p. 288-305.
            • Burbridge, Roger Truscott. "Speech and action in Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Tennessee Studies in Literature. 1972, 17, p. 59-65.
            • Tricomi, Albert H. "The Revised Bussy D'Ambois and The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois: Joint Performance in Thematic Counterpoint". English Language Notes. 1972, 9, p. 253-62.
            • Dean, William. "Chapman's 'Bussy d'Ambois': a case for the aesthetic and moral priority of the 1607 version". Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association. 1972, 38, p. 159-76.
            • Braunmuller, Albert Richard. "The natural course of light inverted: an impresa in Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. 1971, 34, p. 356-60.
            • Tricomi, Albert Henry. The hero and the upstart in Chapman's comedies and 'Bussy D'Ambois'. Northwestern University, 1969.
            • Freehafer, J. "The Contention for 'Bussy D'Ambois' 1622-41". Theatre Notebook. 1968, 2, p. 61-9.
            • Waddington, Raymond B. "Prometheus and Hercules: The Dialectic of 'Bussy D'Ambois'". ELH: journal of English literary history. 1967, 34, p. 22-48.
            • Bement, Peter. "The Imagery of Darkness and of Light in Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Studies in Philology. 1967, 64, p. 187-98.
            • Adams, Robert P. "Critical Myths and Chapman's Original 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Renaissance Drama. 1966, 9, p. 141-61.
            • Schwartz, Elias. "The Date of 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Modern Philology. 1961, 59, p. 126-7.
            • Barber, C. L. "The Ambivalence of'Bussy D'Ambois'". Review of English Literature. 1961, 2, p. 38-44.
            • Jacquot, Jean. "'Bussy d'Ambois' and Chapman's Conception of Tragedy". Ed. Bonnard, G. English Studies Today: Second Series. Lectures and Papers read at the Fourth Conference of the International Association of University Professors of English held at Lausanne and Berne. Bern: Francke, 1961, p. 129-41.
            • Ribner, Irving. "Character and Theme in Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". ELH: journal of English literary history. 1959, 26, p. 482-96.
            • Ure, Peter. "Chapman's 'Tragedy of Bussy d'Ambois': Problems of the Revised Quarto". Modern Language Review. 1953, 48, p. 257-69.
            • Schrickx, W. "Mythological Patterns in Chapman's 'Bussy d'Ambois': Their Interpretative Value". Revue des langues vivantes. 1952, 18, p. 279-86.
            • Ure, Peter. "The Date of the Revision of Chapman's 'The Tragedy of Bussy D'Ambois'". Notes and Queries. 1952, 197, p. 1-2.
            • Sturman, Berta. "The 1641 Edition of Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". Huntington Library Quarterly. 1951, 14, p. 171-201.
            • McCollom, William G. "The Tragic Hero and Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois'". University of Toronto Quarterly. 1949, 18, p. 227-33.
            • Higgins, Michael. "The Development of the 'Senecal Man': Chapman's 'Bussy D'Ambois' and Some Precursors". Review of English Studies. 1947, 23, p. 24-33.

            Traducciones:
            • FR:
              • Chapman, George. "Bussy d’Amboise". Ed. Cottegnies,Line ; Laroque, François; Maguin, Jean-Marie. Théâtre élisabéthain. Paris: Gallimard, 2009. Vol. 1.
              • Chapman, George. Bussy D'Amboise. Tra. Jacquot, Jean. Paris: Aubier, 1960. Collection Bilingue des Classiques Etrangers.
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            Entidades Patrocinadoras

            Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad / Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades
            Agencia Estatal de Investigación
            FEDER/ERDF
            Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades,Agencia Estatal de Investigación, FEDER/ERDF