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Court and country politics in the plays of Beaumont and Fletcher /

Philip J. Finkelpearl.

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Main Author: Finkelpearl, Philip J.
Published: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1990.
Topics: Political plays, English - History and criticism. | Courts and courtiers in literature. | Country life in literature. | Authorship - Collaboration - History - 17th century. | Drama | Hof (Motiv) | Hof | Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616 - Criticism and interpretation. | Fletcher, John, 1579-1625 - Criticism and interpretation. | Beaumont, Francis, 1584-1616. | Fletcher, John, 1579-1625. | Beaumont, Francis | Fletcher, John (Schriftsteller)
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1. The country, the playhouse, and the mermaid: the three worlds of Beaumont and Fletcher -- 2. Beaumont and Fletcher's earliest work -- 3. Form and politics in The Knight of the burning pestle -- 4. The Faithful Shepherdess: the politics of chastity -- 5. The Scornful Lady and "city comedy" -- 6. Cupid's revenge: purity and princes -- 7. The contemporary "application" of the Noble Gentleman -- 8. Philaster, or Love lies a Bleeding: the anti-prince -- 9. A King and No King: the corruption of power -- 10. The Maid's Tragedy: honorable tyrannicide -- 11. Fletcher's politics after Beaumont -- Afterword: the king's men and the politics of Beaumont and Fletcher

Table of Contents for: Court and country politics in the plays