By Arthur F. Kinney
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The Duke’s reason for appointing Angelo in his place is not insufficient information (such as the inadequate personnel interview conducted by Ahazuerus of Haman) but a Machiavellian strategy to deflect the blame for an overdue tightening of the laws from himself. Another very early play, which shares with Godly Queene Hester the strategy of creating a dramatic scene of counsel – thus mimicking the play’s intended function – is Gorboduc, written by Thomas Norton and Thomas Sackville, played before Queen Elizabeth early in her reign (in January 1562), and raising the theoretical issue of how, in a monarchy, the crown should descend from one generation to another.
David Bevington’s Tudor Drama and Politics (1968) was probably the liminal work, since it actually asked whether playwrights were likely to have had political motives for writing for the stage, as distinct from merely commercial ones. Overall, though the tone of Bevington’s study was cautionary, he reopened the question of how much topical allusion could be expected in the drama. More influential, since it had an axe to grind, was Margot Heinemann’s Puritanism and Theatre (1980), a work that pioneered the thesis of an “Opposition” drama, in addition to one that worked for and in sympathy with the court.
The Politics of Renaissance England 19 Although there was no market for the new draperies in North America, entrepreneurs turned their eyes across the Atlantic. ” By 1604 this number had quadrupled, and by the 1620s 200 or 300 ships a year made the voyage, bringing cheap cod to the tables of England and Europe. By the early seventeenth century people were following the fishermen to North America, and by the mid-1620s tobacco was flowing into England from America, creating a return flow of manufactured goods and people.