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SodometriesRenaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities$
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Jonathan Goldberg

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780823232215

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823232215.001.0001

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The Transvestite Stage: More on the Case of Christopher Marlowe

The Transvestite Stage: More on the Case of Christopher Marlowe

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(p.105) Chapter 4 The Transvestite Stage: More on the Case of Christopher Marlowe
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Sodometries
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Jonathan Goldberg

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DOI:10.5422/fordham/9780823232215.003.0004

Transvestism, homosexuality, voyeurism, sadism: these would seem to be Gosson's charges as well. Had Marlowe's play not been written some dozen years after his tract, one might suppose Gosson had it in mind; the relationship is not merely the reverse, however, for an “answer” to the antitheatricallists, Gaveston's speech rehearses and repeats, virtually embraces, their charges — along with others, that associated the court with profligacy, and Italy with vice. “Bugeria is an Italian word”, the learned Justice Coke would write in his Laws of England; sodomy was an Italian vice.

Keywords:   transvestism, homosexuality, sadism, voyeurism, Gosson, Christopher Marlowe, profligacy, vice, sodomy

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