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eBook Female Absence: Women, Theatre and Other Metaphors (Dramaturgies) (v. 10) epub

by Rob Baum

eBook Female Absence: Women, Theatre and Other Metaphors (Dramaturgies) (v. 10) epub
  • ISBN: 9052011729
  • Author: Rob Baum
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: P.I.E-Peter Lang S.A., Éditions Scientifiques Internationales (September 11, 2003)
  • Pages: 202 pages
  • ePUB size: 1536 kb
  • FB2 size 1622 kb
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In the metaphorical superstructure of theatre, women have become metaphors, by means of real and experienced processes. But female disempowerment and metaphorisation have not been conclusively identified or investigated with respect to the operations of the theatrical metaphor. How did women appear onstage? When? How do women feel about the presence - or absence - of the female actor? The subject of this book is female absence and the writing, reading, and making of dramatic worlds that construct woman as a metaphor.

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Baum, Rob (2003) Female Absence: Women, Theatre and Other Metaphors. Brussels: Peter Lang. Behn, Aphra (1992) Oroonoko, The Rover, and Other Works. Janet Todd (e. Harmondsworth: Penguin. Behn, Aphra (1990) Five Plays. Maureen Duffy (e. London: Methuen Drama.

Publications include Female Absence: Women, Theatre and Other Metaphors (Lang 2003), articles on dance therapy, race/gender politics, and the Shoah. Personal Background Rob Baum specific interests in trauma cross generations and cultural and ethnic contexts, . Ethiopian dance in Israel, Palestinian masculinities, and Holocaust memories. For several years Rob flew in Southeast Alaska with helicopter pilots who earned their wings (and ghosts) in the jungles of Vietnam. She feels privileged to have been the first, perhaps only, person to hear their stories.

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How did women appear onstage? When? How do women feel about the presence – or absence – of the female actor? The subject of this book is female absence and the writing, reading, and making of dramatic worlds that construct woman as a metaphor. The works discussed and analysed are not the texts of women, but exemplify the male gaze on what it means to be a woman. Approved and canonical, these works from the long tradition of Western theatre have defined female identity since the times of Aristotle and Socrates; they say what is required to be a woman and how women have been historically viewed, and therefore created, by the works of men. In the metaphorical superstructure of theatre, women have become metaphors, by means of real and experienced processes. But female disempowerment and metaphorisation have not been conclusively identified or investigated with respect to the operations of the theatrical metaphor. This work enables the reader to see and experience these mechanisms of language and action.
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