Resources for the study of English writer Elizabeth Cary (1585-1639).
Marie-Louise Coolahan reviews Elizabeth Cary Lady Falkland: Life and Letters, by Heather Wolfe.
Elizabeth Cary's Mariam and the Critique of Pure Reason
William M. Hamlin argues that "her play interrogates the facile distinction between reason and feeling that several of its characters, and especially the Chorus, routinely assume, and which contributes significantly to the protagonist's death."
Renaissance Drama: The Tragedy of Mariam
Compares Cary's play to its source, Josephus's Antiquities of the Jews.
Review of The Tragedy of Mariam
Critical evaluation of Stephanie J. Wright's edition of Cary's play. Written by Carrie Hintz; published in Early Modern Literary Studies 3:2 (September 1997).
The Tragedy of Miriam
Downloadable full text. [pdf]
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