A Lover, Not a Fighter

Many periods of history have become associated in the popular imagination with a single genre of theater. For example, the medieval mystery plays, Jacobean revenge tragedy, the closet verse-drama of the Romantic era, the great naturalistic classics of the late 19th century, and the experimental plays of early Modernism. Perhaps no era, though, has been as pigeonholed as the Restoration

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