First published in 1988, this book offers a critical examination of William Rowley's 1632 play, A New Wonder, A Woman Never Vexed, including chapters on structure and technique, themes, critical history and staging.
1. The Publisher and the Printer. 2. Printing. 3. The Printer's Copy. 4. The Title-Page. Sources. The Foster Family. The Play. Structure and Technique. Themes. Style. Critical History. Staging. Stage History and Adaptations. 1. Early Stage History. 2. Planche's Adaptations: The Widow of Cornhill. This Edition. Notes. A New Wonder, A Woman Never Vext.
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