A BOLD STROKE FOR A WIFE NOTES

A BOLD STROKE FOR A WIFE NOTES - A Bold Stroke for a wife...

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A Bold Stroke for a wife Woman’s Lit Allegory - uses fictional characters and events to describe some subject by suggestive resemblance -A visible symbol representing an abstract idea. Character drama - uses this allegory. Comody- will end up in marriage because they both represent social union. Contemporaries- - Jeremy Colliers (Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage)- 1660 prior to this no women in plays because the court has been in France and restoration of the stage brought on the women. -This produced mistresses that the actors loved- sex - Restoration Comedy’s - Jeremy had an issue with this set up of promiscuous women because of this middle class rose as the idea of sleeping with aristocrats was the goal. -Faiquliar -Rave -Steale -Mary Pix -Catherine Trollice - Comedy of Monomers - after the restoration, this occurred where general attacks on the morality of the restoration to playwrights of moral instruction in 18 th Century - Fainwell and Freeman - Comrades that work towards marriage for profit. -Worked with Sackbut who supplies them with info and beer in exchange for advertisement.
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