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Reassessing the Use of Doubling in Marston's Antonio and Mellida
http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/02-2/kahamars.html
"Scholars have long pointed out that doubling is a prime feature of Antonio and Mellida. The feature is even mentioned in the text. In the Induction to the play, the actor playing Alberto states that 'The necessity of the play forceth me to act two parts: Andrugio the distressed Duke of Genoa, and Alberto a Venetian gentleman enamoured on the Lady Rossaline . . .' (Induction 21-24).[1] But recent scholars of the play are mistaken in believing that this isolated instance of doubling is proof of its widespread practice within the entire play. Moreover, the play's lack of doubling may yield valuable insights concerning Marston's company, the Paul's Children."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Jeffrey Kahan
From: Early Modern Literary Studies 2.2 (1996): 4.1-12
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