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dc.contributor.authorDaalder, Joost
dc.identifier.citationDaalder, J., 1991. The role of Diaphanta in 'The Changeling'. AUMLA, 76(1), 13-21.en
dc.descriptionThis article is available for purchase or by subscription from the Maney Publishing website. Please note that a print copy is held in the Special Collections at Flinders University.en
dc.description.abstractThe chief function of Diaphanta in the play is to act as an example of a woman who becomes aware of the attractions of lust (in contrast to Beatrice), but is overwhelmed by it (in contrast to Isabella). There is thus a well-defined, separate role for each woman in the play, and together they offer a comprehensive picture of female psychology and conduct as the authors choose to present it on this occasion.en
dc.publisherAustralasian Universities Language and Literature Associationen
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dc.titleThe role of Diaphanta in 'The Changeling'en
dc.rights.holderManey Publishingen

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