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Inhaltsangabe: This book discusses four revenge tragedies that appeared during the years 1610-30 when James's struggles with Parliament over absolute authority made tyranny an inflammatory subject. Concentrating on the connection between the genre's representation of politics and gender, in particular its pervasive statements of misogyny, the book argues that the differing statements of androgyny made by Elizabeth I and James I, combined with the flexible, unorthodox maleness of the players, produced a genre that challenges the dogmas of both absolutism and patriarchalism.
Titel: Jacobean Revenge Tragedy and the Politics of...
Verlag: University of Delaware Press
Zustand: very good
Buchbeschreibung University of Delaware Press/ Associated University Presses, Newark, New Jersey/ London, 1999. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Near Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Neither the book or the dust jacket has any imperfection of significance. The covers of the book are very clean. There is little to no wear. The book is very solidly bound. The pages of the book are very clean. There's no writing/underlining or markings on any page. There is a very light impression at the top corner of the last twenty or so pages. The dust jacket is Un-clipped. It is also Unsoiled. It has a couple of tiny creases at the top of the front flap. The dust jacket will be fitted with a protective cover after the photos are scanned. This is a very hard-to-find book. I found two other copies for sale on the Internet. One of these is a library book and the other lacks a dust jacket. This copy is Not a Library book, has a Near Fine dust jacket, and, to boot, is Signed and inscribed by the author, Eileen Allman. Ms. Allman got her Ph.D. at Syracuse, the university her future husband, the poet John Allman got his MA in Creative Writing. She has written a book on Shakespeare, she taught undergraduate and graduate courses at City University of New York on Shakespeare and Early Modern English drama. Signed by Author(s). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000306