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A highly interesting and readable study of the use of insanity as a Jacobean theatrical device. Robert Reed discusses the mad people of Fletcher, Ford, Jonson, Dekker, Massinger, Webster, and other playwrights, and demonstrates that their pathological studies of madness reveal a much closer understanding of psychopathic phenomena than those of the Elizabethans.