The Virgin Martyr

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  • Title: The Virgin Martyr
  • Author: Philip Massinger
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  • Page: 274
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    1. The Virgin Martyr (1620)--a drama about the life and death of St. Dorothea of Caesarea during the persecution of Diocletian--may not be a great play, but it is of interest, not only to the Renaisance specialist but also to the general reader.First of all, it is unique in being the only English Renaissance drama about the martyrdom of a Christian saint (a tragedia sacra, as the Catholics called these plays on the continent), and it is—to my knowledge—only one of two plays during that time wri [...]

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