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Literature through performance by Katherine H. Burkman, 1978, Ohio University Press .
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Literature through performance. by Katherine H Burkman.
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Katherine H. Burkman doubles down on doubling, looking again at the resonances between modern drama and patterns of ancient myth
Katherine H. Burkman doubles down on doubling, looking again at the resonances between modern drama and patterns of ancient myth. Her work not only revisits versions of mythical doubles as they reappear in plays by Beckett, Pinter, O'Neill, Shepard, Norman, and Ibsen, but also echoes the mythic in the original verse that frames the study's analytic excursions. James Battersby, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University, USA. "Katherine H. The arrival of Godot : ritual patterns in modern drama. Katherine H. A critical analysis of the ritual quest for renewal that revolves around the arrival, or nonarrival, of Godot/savior figures in the plays of Beckett, Pinter, Ionesco, Albee, Grass, and Genet.