IYKInyokern, CA, USA - Inyokern Airport (Airport Code)
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Table 3 Stimulus designations in each component in Experiment 2 More Discriminable Component Al B1 C1 Dl A2 B2 C2 D2 A3 B3 C3 D3 A4 B4 C4 D4 Less Discriminable Component Al B1 Cl D1 xeg 739 yik 812 A2 B2 C2 D2 xge 793 yki 821 A3 B3 C3 D3 exg 973 kiy 182 A4 B4 C4 D4 gxe 379 iyk 218 Condition 3).
(1138-1141) Gresham is certainly not the only merchant positively portrayed in the second part of IYK: the play abounds in images of, and references to, historical men, and some women, who in a certain way, the play suggests, were beneficial for the community (748-855, 1142-1162).
Also, although in a perhaps more oblique way, Muslims are introduced in the opening lines of 2 IYK as reliable trading partners (1-56), to the extent that the play opens with an exchange between an English factor and a "Barbary Marchant" on the issue of the sugar monopoly.
Crupi claims of the second part of IYK, "a serious disruption(s) of the capitalist mythmaking" (Crupi 2004: 298).
Capitalists in all Heywood plays analyzed here, but especially in the second part of IYK, have apparently been, as we have seen, idealized: Bess Bridges as the girl in a tavern transformed into a wealthy international merchant, then married into the nobility; Sir Thomas Gresham as successful Elizabethan international businessman, the idealized citizen, philantropist and capitalist merchant prince.