Wait a minute, we'll make him tidy first," and Lizaveta Petrovna laid the red wobbling thing on the bed, began untrussing
and trussing up the baby, lifting it up and turning it over with one finger and powdering it with something.
of her latest collection is not just of a poet coming to terms with a failed marriage and the hopes attached to a new love, but also an untrussing
of memory and place.
Yet another confirmation that Marston was involved in the composition of Histriomastix comes from Thomas Dekker, who implies that Marston collaborated with him on Satiromastix, or the Untrussing of the Humorous Poet in 1601, when he writes that "the Poetasters untruss'd Horace" ("To the World" l.
Satiromastix,' therefore, appears to be the literary title, and `The Untrussing of the Humorous Poet' the theatrical.
27 Thomas Dekker, Satiromastix, or The Untrussing
of the Humorous Poet (London, 1602), sig.
About 1601, Thomas Dekker brought the so-called "War of the Theatres" to its culmination with his Satiromastix or The Untrussing
of the Humorous Poet, which presents a thinly veiled caricature of Ben Jonson as the character Horace--his own self-chosen persona from The Poetaster of the previous year.
Dekker answered with Satiromastix, or The Untrussing
of the Humorous Poet in 1602, but Jonson did not take up the stage aspects of the war again.