Rover - Merchant

Rover - Merchant - what len(es) did you create your...

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“Playhouse Flesh and Blood’: Sexual ideology and the Restoration Actress,” Maus Act I, Scene 1 of The Rover, Behn 1. Based on the portion of The Rover that we read—if the world that it represents were presented today as a documentary, what would be the resulting image of Restoration society? Now view this documentary in light of our conversation about Historiography—
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Unformatted text preview: what len(es) did you create your documentary with? (10) 2. There is a clearly a shift between the morals presented in The Rover and those of The London Merchant. What lesson is taught at the end of The London Merchant? Which play do you think is better? (As part of your answer, consider how you are making the value judgment.) (10)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course TMA 202 taught by Professor Jones during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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