Revision as Resistance in Twentieth-Century American Drama
American dramas consciously rewrite the past as a means of determined criticism and intentional resistance. While modern criticism often sees the act of revision as derivative, Malburne-Wade uses Victor Turner's concept of the social drama and the concept of the liminal to argue for a more complicated view of revision.
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Dramatic Literature, Criticism and Theory | English Language and Literature | Literature in English, North America | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History
Malburne-Wade, Meredith M. Revision as Resistance in Twentieth-Century American Drama. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.