These qualifications aside, Neely's work makes an important contribution to our understanding of the history of madness
as well as providing a theoretically sophisticated model for further literary scholarship on Renaissance drama.
The town is going through a bad time: the farm animals have been falling ill, rats are rampant, the plague is starting to sweep through Europe, and the townsfolk have been afflicted with fits of madness
Alas, comic moments in Perfect Madness
are few and far between.
is a 384-page treat for children ages 7-12, however, adults, any age, will enjoy it just as much.
No one knows where the madness
started or how it spread.
frontman Suggs has revealed Billy Connolly scuppered his plans to trace his Scots roots on Channel 4.
This is probably also why the key word madness
was featured on the opening invitation, in the quote "The language of madness
is the perpetual slipping over of words into acts, until the moment when the word is pure act.
tribute band has been told to pay pounds 500 for copying the original group's famous walk during concerts.
Sanchez's trial thus becomes both a dramatic historical tale and a vehicle for exploring madness
, religious toleration, and inquisitorial procedure in his era.
In 1995 The Advocate proudly broke the news that Sir Nigel Hawthorne--who died on December 26 at age 72--was the first openly gay Best Actor Oscar nominee, for his star turn in The Madness
of King George.
Erik Midelfort, A History of Madness
in Sixteenth-Century Germany.