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Text & Presentation, 2011 (Comparative Drama Conferences)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786469951, Paperback)Text & Presentation is an annual anthology of essays devoted to all aspects of theatre and performance scholarship. This new volume represents a selection of the best research presented at the 35th international, interdisciplinary Comparative Drama Conference in Los Angeles. The essays include innovative detective work on Aristophanes's and Aeschylus's plays and discussions of topics including Joe Orton's plays as social protest against the power of psychiatry and the asylum, George Eliot's controversial description of the burlesque spirit as "fodder for degraded appetites," and psychological depictions of young women entering into sexual experience in Liz Lochhead's Dracula, among others.
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