Through the prominence of the Admiral's Marlovian classics, Dekker personates
both Marlowe and their celebrity master-actor Alleyn through the bombast of Eyre, whose many intertextually charged speeches embody the company's most cherished playwriting and playing talents.
," consider these structures, which mirror the
Critical material from memoirs, anecdotes, reviews, theatre history, and biography weave intertextual portraits even as Vaughan argues that audiences' fascination with the Moor was the "pleasure of seeing a white actor personate
a black man and knowing this is what he or she is seeing" (97).
She parses out the subtle nuances of "the dynamics of blackface impersonation," by showing that "a major ingredient in the audience's fascination with the Moor is the pleasure of seeing the white actor personate
a black man and knowing that this is what he or she is seeing" (97).
Browning is keenly aware of the not very subtle anthropomorphism that underwrites the postulation of a personate
deity whose attributes as an individual are both knowable and known, not to mention the solipsism of such a postulation.
(19) In this state, every soul is made fit to "personate
the mighty King Jesus here upon the Earth" (RR, 25; emphasis added).
DC's Tim Stone says most of his members are upset that they only see the traditional politicians before elections when they visit the cemeteries to write down the names of the recently buried in order to personate
Satis Pisa iam, Iouisque memoratus Olympus, sacrum et Herculis patris opus: At nunc patriae principem Chelys, apud Celticos Decus grande populos, Decet nos suo Sibit Pindari can- tu personate
: numeros- que Gallicos Latiis Antistrophe Remunerari haud inultos.
For example, a "beardtongue" staminode like the one in Penstemon (Cheloneae, Scrophulariaceae) also occurs in Jacaranda (Bignoniaceae); petal aestivation, or folding in the buds, shows both ascending and descending patterns within Scrophulariaceae, Lentibulariaceae, and Bignoniaceae, ascending and quincuncial patterns within Acanthaceae, and descending and quincuncial patterns in Orobanchaceae [whereas their presumed closest relatives, Rhinantheae (Scrophulariaceae) have ascending petal folding]; personate
corollas similar to those of Antirrhineae (Scrophulariaceae) are exhibited by some Acanthaceae, Gesneriaceae, Bignoniaceae, and Lentibulariaceae; other parallelisms occur in ovary structure, ovule number, sensitive stigma lobes, and postgenital fusion of the anthers (Endress, 1994).
As a handsome young boy, he might be an object of attraction; but because he was not truly gentle born, the same city boy could only personate
gentles like themselves.(42) While he was trapped in the stigmatized, sodomitical world of the boy theater companies, they could come and go.
One of the causes of action in the complaint claims that the defendants "owed a duty to Torres not to falsely personate
[cq] him, not to libel him and not to otherwise attack, discredit, ridicule or humiliate him" and that by doing so they had "breached the duties owed to Torres."