HOW DO YOU TAKE A SPACE AND TURN IT INTO AN EXPERIENCE?
Drawing on inspiration from the documentary Happy and the Oak Park Public […]
Philip E. Baruth
Felicity A. Nussbaum
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Charke, daughter of Colley Cibber, the English playwright and poet laureate (1740), lived a life of masquerade. Her autobiography is a fascinating document of low- and middle-class life in the 1700s and is explored in some detail by Philip E. Baruth. Other contributors to this collection look at Charke, her famous family, and her place within stage and cross-dressing traditions. Felicity A. Nussbaum provides a thought-provoking afterword on the current state of Charke criticism.
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