In any collection, even ones more centrally focused on topics relevant to the Lesbian Historic Motif Project, there are going to be some misses. This is one.
Morgan-Russell, Simon. 1999. “’No Good Thing Ever Comes Out of It’: Male Expectation and Female Alliance in Dekker and Webster’s Westward Ho” in Maids and Mistresses, Cousins and Queens: Women’s Alliances in Early Modern England edited by Susan Frye & Karen Robertson. Oxford University Press, New York. ISBN 0-19-511735-2
Morgan-Russell, Simon. “’No Good Thing Ever Comes Out of It’: Male Expectation and Female Alliance in Dekker and Webster’s Westward Ho”
The topic of this article involves the reputation that the town of Brentford had as a place of adulterous assignation for residents of London, and how the sexual sheanigans of a group of men in the early 17th c play “Westward Ho” were subverted by the women who were the target of their desire via a femal alliance to keep the upper hand. I just barely skimmed this, as it doesn’t have any identifiable relevance to the Project. Included only for completness’ sake.