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"In this valuable book Alison Findlay attempts to develop historically grounded feminist responses to a wide variety of Renaissance plays . . . Findlay writes with admirable clarity and concision, offering interpretations that are informed but never obscured by contemporary - especially Lacanian - critical theory. This is a good book, worth reading and debating." Early Modern Literary Studies.
"All the essays are new, and together they illuminate a wide range of issues across a reasonable spread of plays. The book offers a range of thoughtful and stimulating approaches to gender on the Renaissance stage." The Yearbook of English Studies