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Protestant children Working from this this nterdisciplinary examines complicated relations between print and technology the practices of theatre and the process of urban dentity formati. Comic Print and Theatre n Early Modern Amsterdam

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This title was first published n 2003 Late 17th century Amsterdam saw the emergence of a range of printed pictures marketed specifically for children Like the farcical plays from the city's theatre of printed pictures marketed specifically children Like the farcical plays from city's theatre these prints picturing scenes of violence lust "children Like the farcical plays from the city's theatre these prints picturing scenes of violence lust and madness n the city's hom. Es markets streets and waterways Turn Amsterdam's Most Cherished Amsterdam's most cherished and symbolic spaces upside down The Material Seems Completely Antagonistic material seems completely antagonistic contemporary convictions that the upbringing of children was crucial to securing the future of the household the city and the Dutch Republic The. ,