(Gentle)men Behaving Badly: Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London

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(Gentle)men Behaving Badly : Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London. / Rowland, Richard George.

In: Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, Vol. 25, No. n/a, 2012, p. 17.

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Rowland, RG 2012, '(Gentle)men Behaving Badly: Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London', Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, vol. 25, no. n/a, pp. 17. <http://search.proquest.com/docview/1140963227/abstract/13FD8C1638F1BD2551A/4?accountid=15181>

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Rowland, R. G. (2012). (Gentle)men Behaving Badly: Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 25(n/a), 17. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1140963227/abstract/13FD8C1638F1BD2551A/4?accountid=15181

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Rowland RG. (Gentle)men Behaving Badly: Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. 2012;25(n/a):17.

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Rowland, Richard George. / (Gentle)men Behaving Badly : Aggression, Anxiety and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London. In: Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. 2012 ; Vol. 25, No. n/a. pp. 17.

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