Margot Heinemann, ‘”God Help the Poor; the Rich can Shift”: The World turned Upside-Down and the Popular Tradition in the Theatre’, in Gordon McMullan and Jonathan Hope (eds), The Politics of Tragicomedy: Shakespeare and After (London: Routledge 1992)

Scope and Content

Margot Heinemann, '"God Help the Poor; the Rich can Shift": The World turned Upside-Down and the Popular Tradition in the Theatre', in Gordon McMullan and Jonathan Hope (eds), The Politics of Tragicomedy: Shakespeare and After (London: Routledge 1992); copy of the introduction: 'the Politics of Tragicomedy 1610-1650' by Gordon McMullan and Jonathan Hope; proof of Heinemann's article; drafts; letters from Gordon McMullan, Jill Rawnsley of Routledge and Martin Butler

See also HEIN/2/3/5 and HEIN/3/17