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This section presents the biography of the authors who contributed their work for the book Neo-Latin Drama and Theatre in Early Modern Europe. The book gives a historical overview of Neo-Latin drama, as well as analyses of separate plays. Neo-Latin drama is a genre that was most often practised in early modern Europe. Humanists, Protestants and Roman Catholics wrote plays for the intellectual and moral education of students, and the entertainment of the audience.

Keywords: early modern Europe; moral education; Neo-Latin drama

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