Early modern husbandry, Renaissance husbandry, Agriculture, Human Sexuality, Marriage
The article explores early modern husbandry, which are more focused on encouraging its readers to lead pious, productive and economical lives. In "Measure for Measure," by William Shakespeare, the play centers on the rise of state husbandry as it focused on the parallels between Duke Vincentio and James I and views of sex and marriage. According to the author, there are two competing views of sex in the work including Lucio's pleasurable economy that resists the order of state husbandry.
BERTRAM, BENJAMIN. 2013. "Measure for Measure and the Discourse of Husbandry." Modern Philology 110, no. 4: 459-488