SHELL, A (2000) Autodidacticism in English Jesuit drama: the writings and career of Joseph Simons. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England , 3 34 - 56.
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This discusses how the English Jesuits used drama as a means of self-fashioning and missionary formation, specifically in the case of the playwright Joseph Simons, SJ, who converted James II to Catholicism.
|Title:||Autodidacticism in English Jesuit drama: the writings and career of Joseph Simons|
|Keywords:||Neo-Latin, Renaissance drama, Catholicism, Stuart monarchy, Education|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > English Language and Literature|
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