Act like a man: challenging masculinities in American drama

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University of Michigan Press, 1995 - Drama - 373 pages
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How men communicate with each other on stage when no women are present--and what it tells us about power and gender

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Introduction Gender Structure and Dialogue
One The American Hasculine Ethos Hale Hythologies
Two Silence Violence and the Drama of Abuse

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About the author (1995)

Dan Kwong is a veteran performance artist, writer, teacher, and visual artist. Robert Vorlicky is Professor of Theater at New York University, and author of "Act Like a Man: Challenging Identities in American Drama "and "Tony Kushner in Conversation,"