Women, Medicine and Theatre, 1500-1750: Literary Mountebanks and Performing Quacks

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - Всего страниц: 367
From the quack actresses of 1514 to women as healers, from performing mountebanks to tooth-drawers and cross-dressing, from actresses in German-speaking Europe to female English comedians in Shakespearean Europe, all are considered by the author of this work.
 

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Mountebanks Monsters and several Beasts
1
Quack Actresses of 1514
23
Sex n Shopping on the Medieval
33
A Key to the Appearance of Medieval Staging?
45
Friendship Albums and Other Visual Sources
61
Containers Stages and Venues
73
The Troupe
79
Performative Aspects
87
Johann Kuhnaus Female
183
On the Stage of Europes First Secular
195
The Inamorata
205
Comici and Buffoni
215
Thomas II Platter and Hippolytus
221
Female Stage Costume and Crossdressing
231
English Actresses and the Rise of the German Professional Stage
255
Pre1650 Women Associated with the English Comedians
267

Medical and Commercial Activity
119
Women as Healers
135
Stage Quacks of Ben Jonson Thomas
151
The MaleFemale Partnership
163
Toothdrawers
177
The Introduction of Actresses in Germanspeaking Europe
275
Johann Beers Flying Quacks
285
Bibliography
301
Index
335
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M.A. Katritzky is Barbara Wilkes Research Fellow in Theatre Studies in the Literature Department of The Open University, UK, and author of The Art of Commedia: A study in the commedia dell'arte 1560-1620 with special reference to the visual records (2006).

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