Madness and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare

Madness and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare

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As Lear crudely remarks: a#39;Thorough tattera#39;d clothes small vices do appear; / Robes and furra#39;d gowns hide all a#39;(IV. vi. 162-3). ... Apparel was valuable property, which was very expensive to replace, for clothes cost ordinary villagers far more time and trouble than they do today. ... By reducing his apparel to rags, the lunatic repudiated the hierarchial order of his society and declared himself a mental vagrant;anbsp;...

Title:Madness and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare
Author: Duncan Salkeld
Publisher:Manchester University Press - 1994

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