Madness in Parts 1 and 2 of 'The honest whore': a case for close reading
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Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association
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The first section of this essay will advance reasons why it is impossible to understand madness in Dekker's 1 and 2 The Honest Whore (c. 1604) without a close textual reading of the kind which some critics call 'old-fashioned' and the second section will demonstrate such a reading.
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Renaissance, Drama, English Literature, Poetry, Drama, English
Daalder, J., 1996. Madness in Parts 1 and 2 of 'The honest whore': a case for close reading. AUMLA, 86(1), 63-79.