Sexuality and Politics in Renaissance Drama
Focuses on the effects that radical instability, provoked in part by economical and theological transformations, had on gender relations and women's behavior during the English Renaissance.
". . . this collection of essays demonstrates. . . the richness of analysis possible when historical contexts and literary artifacts are used to illumine one another. . . . readers will find that the focussed discussions on plays in this book make useful contributions to on-going debates about how issues of gender and power were constructed in this period." -- The Sixteenth-Century Journal
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