A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
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A delightfully lewd city comedy written in 1613 by the co-author of The Changeling. Unpublished until 1630 and long-neglected afterwards, it is now considered among the best and most characteristic Jacobean comedies.
Edited and introduced by Emma French
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Moll is the maid, or pretty young daughter, of Yellowhammer, a goldsmith. She has two men vying for her hand. One is the wealthy Knight, Sir Walter Whorehound, who already has two mistresses, one of ... Read full review