Themes in Drama: Volume 12, Drama and Philosophy
Cambridge University Press, Jul 5, 1990 - Drama - 227 pages
This collection surveys madness in drama. It includes articles on 'The Duchess of Malfi'; virginity and hysteria in 'The Changeling'; the confined spectacle of madness in Beys's 'The Illustrious Madmen'; The male gaze in 'Woyzeck' - representing Marie and madness; and other drama examples.
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