By Kate Chedgzoy
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64–6). His innocent world destroyed by his father’s suspicion and his mother’s trial, Mamillius eventually dies of grief. If such playful children are still rare at this time, their vulnerability, by contrast, has a longer heritage. 1–22). After the onstage death of Clarence, the murder of the princes is not shown, but the story itself is both dramatized and authenticated by its ascription to the murderers. ’ (9–13) The element of formality in this description detaches it slightly from reality, but at the same time monumentalizes the image of the children, whose ‘alabaster’ arms evoke both their whiteness and the efﬁgy that is their due.
Shakespearean infants – unusual, among child characters, in being represented by stage props rather than actors – are often born into politically and emotionally fraught or contested situations, and are frequently at risk of violence. As Mark Lawhorn suggests in Appendix 1, they have little dramatic signiﬁcance as individual characters, functioning rather as sites for the symbolic exploration of cultural anxieties about concerns such as legitimacy, inheritance, political crisis and personal vulnerability.
9 Catherine Belsey, Shakespeare and the Loss of Eden: The Construction of Family Values in Early Modern Culture (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 1998). 30 KATE CHEDGZOY 10 Paul Grifﬁths, Youth and Authority: Formative Experiences in England 1560– 1640 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996), p. 6. 11 John Boswell, The Kindness of Strangers: The Abandonment of Children in Western Europe from Late Antiquity to the Renaissance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989). In differing forms, fosterage and adoption, such as Perdita experienced, were common aspects of early modern childhoods.