Abstract

Rowley’s early modern play amalgamates both the medieval Galfridian-based and Francophone narratives of Merlin’s conception by daemon, incubus, and devil in order to engage contemporary debates on the devil’s influence in the world, to ventriloquize social commentary via the figure of the Clown, and to have Merlin hail Prince Charles as the future Arthur.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1934-1539
Print ISSN
1078-6279
Pages
pp. 48-79
Launched on MUSE
2015-01-06
Open Access
No
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