First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 2|18 pages

The York Cycle and the Chester Cycle: What Do the Records Tell Us?

ByAlexandra F. Johnston

chapter 3|12 pages

The Chester Cycle

ByMartin Stevens

chapter 4|21 pages

Divine Power in Chester Cycle and Late Medieval Thought

ByKathleen M. Ashley *

chapter 5|20 pages

The Unity and Structure of The Chester Mystery Cycle

ByKevin J. Harty

chapter 6|14 pages

The Principle of Selection of the Chester Old Testament Plays

ByLawrence M. Clopper

chapter 8|7 pages

The Two Versions of Chester Play V: Balaam and Balak

ByDavid Mills

chapter 9|20 pages

The Composition of the Chester Adoration of the Shepherds

ByHans-Jürgen Diller

chapter 10|16 pages

The Dramatic Strategies of Chester's Passion Pagina

ByPeter W. Travis

chapter 11|9 pages

Comedy and Theme in the Chester Harrowing of Hell

ByR. M. Lumiansky

chapter 13|32 pages

The Staging of the Chester Cycle: An Alternate Theory

ByLeonard Powlick

chapter 14|27 pages

The Scheduling of the Chester Cycle Plays

ByRuth Brant Davis

chapter 15|49 pages

The Chester Mystery Cycle: A Comprehensive Bibliography

ByKevin J. Harty