"Forbidden tastes are sweetest." - The Duchess of Malfi Essay

"Forbidden tastes are sweetest."

In light of this view, consider the ways in which Webster explores the attraction of that which is forbidden in The Duchess of Malfi.

I've noticed that not a lot of (if any) other courses are doing John Webster as their drama, so I thought I'd share my Malfi essay for the minority.

This essay has a really strange title, but it's a good theme in my opinion. I'm not sure how great it is as it hasn't been marked yet but these are a few of my ideas that might seem handy - some are a little far-out! :) 

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Thanks and well done for doing this, I am also doing Webster's Duchess and in fact did this same question a few weeks ago!

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