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Women Beware Women and Other Plays

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This volume contains Thomas Middletons four greatest plays, "A Chaste Maid in Cheapside," "Women Beware Women," "The Changeling," and "A Game at Chess." "A Chaste Maid in Cheapside" is the most complex and effective of the city comedies. "Women Beware Women" and "The Changeling" (with William Rowley) are two of the most powerful Jacobean tragedies aside from Shakespeare, s ...more
Paperback, 530 pages
Published October 28th 1999 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published 1968)
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Caitlin Costello
May 06, 2007 Caitlin Costello rated it really liked it
a jacobean period piece by Thomas Middleton. Most of his plays involve cunning women, rapist men, lots of sex, and ends in death. this play is about power vs love. power always wins (or loses depending on how you look at the ending).
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Jul 30, 2011 Virginia Crosbie rated it liked it
Love Middleton (although Marlowe still holds a prime place in my heart)! Couldn't believe my professor when he said previous classes hated Middleton -- but they were always comparing him to Shakespeare. Middleton's definitely in a class of his own - but still deserves kudos for the amazing plays he wrote! WBW still gotta be my favourite -- it's so deliciously wicked ;)
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Thomas Middleton (1580 – 1627) was an English Jacobean playwright and poet. Middleton stands with John Fletcher and Ben Jonson as among the most successful and prolific of playwrights who wrote their best plays during the Jacobean period. He was one of the few Renaissance dramatists to achieve equal success in comedy and tragedy. Also a prolific writer of masques and pageants, he remains one of th ...more
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