John Banks’s Female Tragic Heroes

John Banks’s Female Tragic Heroes

Paula de Pando analyses the engagement of historical she-tragedy with Restoration politics and culture, positioning Banks’s plays at the crossroads between early modern genres and the emerging discourses of the long eighteenth century.

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