Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell

Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell

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Founding member of the Provincetown Players, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, best-selling novelist and short story writer Susan Glaspell (1876-1948) was a great contributor to American literature. An exploration of eleven plays written between the years 1915 and 1943, this critical study focuses on one of Glaspell's central themes, the interplay between place and identity. This study examines the means Glaspell employs to engage her characters in proxemical and verbal dialectics with the forces of place that turn them into victims of location. Of particular interest are her characters' atte.Alkalay-Gut, Karen. 1984. a€œJury of Her Peers: The Importance of Trifles.a€ Studies in Short Fiction 21.1: 1a€“9. _____ 1995. a€œMurder and Marriage: Another Look at Trifles.a€ Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ed. Linda Ben-Zvi.

Title:Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell
Author: Noelia Hernando-Real
Publisher:McFarland - 2011-09-20

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