Ballads and Performance: The Multimodal Stage in Early Modern EnglandMain MenuIntroduction: Multimedia and Multimodal TheatricalityShakespeare in Snippets: Ballads, Plays, and the Performance of Remediation"Hear for your love, and buy for your money": Ballads and Theater as Experiential Commodities"She’s Crafty, She Gets Around: Women’s Craft and Commodification in Ballads"Dangerous Conjectures": Ophelia’s Ballad PerformanceBallads on the Brain: A Neurobiological HypothesisThe True Form and Shape of Caliban: Monstrous Birth at the Edge of the Human"Greensickness carrion": Re-reading Capulet through Broadside BalladsBallads+: The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet and its After-piece JigAfterwordContributorsAcknowledgmentsPatricia Fumerton3016f95733e67d772eccfb1c6dfb5ea8694eb4bbEMC Imprint
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