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The book, which is organized thematically rather than chronologically, includes chapters on the history of the academic model and the praxis of the pose, the unmodest or vulgar model and the intersection of the studio and the demi-monde, and the Jewish and Italian model and ethnic stereotyping.
The author (possibly Bacon) of A Wise and Moderate Discourse, Concerning Church-Affaires suggests the prevalence of religion on the stage when he urges that 'it is more then time that an end were made of this unmodest and deformed kinde of writing lately entertained, whereby matters of religion are handled in the stile of the stage'.