Staging Domesticity: Household Work and English Identity in Early Modern Drama
Cambridge University Press, 10 jan. 2002 - 292 pagina's
What role does food and cooking play in how people imagine themselves and their communities? In this book Wendy Wall argues that representations of housework in the early modern period helped to forge crucial conceptions of national identity.
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