Summary

The Antipodes is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy written by Richard Brome c. 1640. Many critics have ranked The Antipodes as “his best play…Brome’s masterpiece,” and one of the best Caroline comedies — “gay, imaginative, and spirited…;” “the most sophisticated and ingenious of Brome’s satires.” Brome’s play is “a funhouse mirror” in which the audience members could “view the nature of their society.

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