Drama AO5

First 7 for the Duchess of Malifi

Middle 6 for Streetcar

Last 8 for Lear

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Peterson
'the Duchess improperly sets the private claims of her body natural above those of her body politic'
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Sloane
'Bosola is a realistic human being, one with flaws...making him more morally realistic than the Duchess'
2 of 21
Tennenhouse
'womanhood and sovereignty are logically incompatible'
3 of 21
Marche
'an imagination so morbid that it barely addresses other realities other than violence and death'
4 of 21
Brooke
'Maggots are what the inhabitants of this play most resemble'
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McLuskie
'unease with a woman character who so impertinently pursues self-determination'
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Billington
'incestuous passion for his sister
7 of 21
Anon
'Blanche adapts the exterior world to fit her delusions'
8 of 21
Allan
'famously poetic stage directions...she 'craves' magic because the truth about post-war America is too much to bear'
9 of 21
Williams
'his reaction to Blanche's intrusion is that of a territorial animal desperately trying to defend it's lair'
10 of 21
Bauer
'Stella is the stereotypical submissive housewife'
11 of 21
Lang
'A Streetcar Named Misogyny'
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Classics Company Magazine
'such a change was inevitable'
13 of 21
Cohen
Something, someone must die for peace to be restored
14 of 21
Kahn
'Lear wants to have absolute control over those closest to him and be absolutely dependant on them'
15 of 21
Bloom
'Fools in Shakespeare mean 'Victims''
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Woods
'King Lear stages a total breakdown in civilisation'
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Bates
'a foolish tenderness'
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Bradley
'Lear's words are monstrously unjust'
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Burns
'Goneril and Regan are formidable'
20 of 21
Tosh
'unrequited love can lead to mental distraction' and'madness was a condition of darkness and fear'
21 of 21

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'Bosola is a realistic human being, one with flaws...making him more morally realistic than the Duchess'

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Sloane

Card 3

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'womanhood and sovereignty are logically incompatible'

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Card 4

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'an imagination so morbid that it barely addresses other realities other than violence and death'

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Card 5

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'Maggots are what the inhabitants of this play most resemble'

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