William Rowley: Essays and Articles

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William Rowley (?1580-1625) =Student Essay
Dissertation: Sexual Discourse in the Jacobean Theater of Social Mobility - Margaret M. Sticpewich [.pdf]
Acting the Act in The Changeling - Lisa Hopkins
Middleton and Rowley's The Changeling - Joost Daalder, Antony Telford Moore
'Take heed, there's giants keep 'em': The Changeling III.iii.178 and Its Context - J. Daalder & A. T. Moore
The Certainty of Uncertain Knowledge: The Collaborative Authorship of The Changeling - Richard Nochimson
Tiresias and the Basilisk: Vision and Madness in Middleton and Rowley's The Changeling - Andrew Stott
Tourments des temps, tourments des âmes: The Changeling et A Game at Chess - Antoine Ertlé [.pdf]
Folly and Madness in The Changeling - Joost Daalder [.pdf]
The Role of Isabella in The Changeling - Joost Daalder [.pdf]
The Closet Drama in The Changeling, V. iii. - Joost Daalder [.pdf]
Naming and Social Disintegration in The Witch of Edmonton - Richard W. Grinnell
Interrogating the Devil: Social and Demonic Pressure in The Witch of Edmonton - David Nicol
"My little what shall I call thee": Reinventing the Rape Tragedy in William Rowley's All's Lost by Lust - David Nicol
The Islamization of Spain in William Rowley and Mary Pix: The Politics of Nation and Gender - Pilar Cuder-Dominguez
Swinburne on Rowley
An Inquiry Into the Authorship of the Middleton-Rowley Plays (1897) - Pauline G. Wiggin

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