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Studying one of the most iconic texts in English theatre historical past, together with Titus Andronicus and The Changeling, this booklet, now in paperback with a brand new Preface, unearths the pernicious erasure of rape and violence opposed to ladies within the early sleek period and the politics and ethics of rehearsing those negotiations at the twentieth and twenty first century phases.
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