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Genevieve Love

Genevieve Love is Associate Professor of English at Colorado College, USA. Her work has appeared in journals including Renaissance Drama, Upstart, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Literature Compass, and in essay collections including Richard II: New Critical Essays, edited by Jeremy Lopez (2012) and Christopher Marlowe, Repertorial Commerce, and the Book Trade, edited by Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff (2018). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability

The Arden Shakespeare, 2019

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... 1637), E1v; George Farquhar, Love and a Bottle (London, 1699), B1v; Christopher Marlowe, The Tragicall History of D. Faustus (London, 1604), E2v; Robert Greene, The historie of Orlando Furioso (London, 1594), D4v; Larum for London, F4v; Fair...

The sound of prosthetic movement

Genevieve Love

Genevieve Love is Associate Professor of English at Colorado College, USA. Her work has appeared in journals including Renaissance Drama, Upstart, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Literature Compass, and in essay collections including Richard II: New Critical Essays, edited by Jeremy Lopez (2012) and Christopher Marlowe, Repertorial Commerce, and the Book Trade, edited by Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff (2018). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability

The Arden Shakespeare, 2019

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...‘A higher-level form of agility’ The anonymous A Larum for London (1602) asks how questions about theatrical representation – about theatrical personation and its links to spatial and temporal difference – are shaped by the central...

‘Faustus has his legge again’

Genevieve Love

Genevieve Love is Associate Professor of English at Colorado College, USA. Her work has appeared in journals including Renaissance Drama, Upstart, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Literature Compass, and in essay collections including Richard II: New Critical Essays, edited by Jeremy Lopez (2012) and Christopher Marlowe, Repertorial Commerce, and the Book Trade, edited by Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff (2018). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability

The Arden Shakespeare, 2019

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...‘Mangled . . . and torn thus’ As difficult as collaboration with his prosthesis can be, A Larum for London’s Stump is never without it. Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, among its various dismemberments, stages a full separation...

The work of standing and of standing-for

Genevieve Love

Genevieve Love is Associate Professor of English at Colorado College, USA. Her work has appeared in journals including Renaissance Drama, Upstart, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Literature Compass, and in essay collections including Richard II: New Critical Essays, edited by Jeremy Lopez (2012) and Christopher Marlowe, Repertorial Commerce, and the Book Trade, edited by Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff (2018). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability

The Arden Shakespeare, 2019

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... Maid’s main plot. Phyllis promises herself to Cripple in gratitude for his initial rescue (‘Cripple, my heart is thine, and shall be still’ [C3v]); Cripple swears his indebtedness to Frank for the second rescue (‘If I do live, your love Ile...

Richard’s ‘giddy footing’

Genevieve Love

Genevieve Love is Associate Professor of English at Colorado College, USA. Her work has appeared in journals including Renaissance Drama, Upstart, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Literature Compass, and in essay collections including Richard II: New Critical Essays, edited by Jeremy Lopez (2012) and Christopher Marlowe, Repertorial Commerce, and the Book Trade, edited by Roslyn Knutson and Kirk Melnikoff (2018). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability

The Arden Shakespeare, 2019

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... likeness or difference. Richard gives himself two selves, construing the two as either identical or multiple, depending on the version of the text. In Q, he asserts, ‘Richard loves Richard, that is, I and I’; in F, ‘I am I’ (5.3.183)....