... by kissing a poisoned portrait of her erstwhile husband, wails that, ‘Hell to my affliction / Is mere snow water’ (2.1.249–50). In the trial scene, the corrupt Cardinal Monticelso (soon to be Pope Paul IV) frames Vittoria’s guilt...
... traditionalist ritual ceremonies, PaulFrazer’s chapter explores the Protestant hybridity of The White Devil, in relation to how Webster used this play to explore vexed issues of selfhood, subjectivity, and death. Beginning with a reading...
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