The Philosopher's Toothache: Embodied Stoicism in Early Modern English Drama
Northwestern University Press
Informed by work in both classical philosophy and performance studies, this book argues that Stoicism infused the theatrical culture of early modern England. Plays written during this period instruct audiences to cultivate their virtue, self-awareness, and creativity in keeping with Stoic practice.
English drama, Early modern and Elizabethan, Philosophy in literature, Stoics in literature
English Language and Literature
Sherman, Donovan, "The Philosopher's Toothache: Embodied Stoicism in Early Modern English Drama" (2022). Seton Hall University Faculty Publications. 19.