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Anon. (1653)


Historical Records

Entered on Marriott's List (1653):

The Womans Law.


Theatrical Provenance

Unknown


Probable Genre(s)

Unknown


Possible Narrative and Dramatic Sources or Analogues

None known


References to the Play

None known


Critical Commentary

"The only evidence for the existence of a play of this name is its occurrence in an entry in the Stationers' Register" (Bentley, 5.1445, referring to Marriott's list).


For What It's Worth

For discussion of Marriott's list, follow this link: Marriott's List (1653)

The title sounds as if it might deal with a law made by a woman, or possibly one made against women (on the analogy, perhaps, of the Middleton/Rowley comedy The Old Law).

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