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Lena Steveker

In act 3, scene 1 of Richard Brome's tragicomedy The Queen and Concubine (1635–1636), 1 Eulalia, former queen of Sicily, professes her happiness: … I was not great Till now, nor could I confidently say Anything was mine own till I had

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Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer

The Queen and Concubine with regard to its representation of the pastoral iconography of Charles I and of Stuart ideals of statecraft, showing that the play draws on Van Dyck's portraiture and on Charles I's masques as well as on Justus Lipsius