Camera, Woman

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Coach House Books, Jan 18, 1994 - Drama - 72 pages
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'There are no lost women, only women who've forgotten their scripts.' RM Vaughan's play about Hollywood director Dorothy Arzner comes off the stage and onto the page in this handsome edition from Coach House Books. An insightful look at the gender politics behind the cameras and studios of the golden age of cinema.

 

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About the author (1994)

RM Vaughan is a Toronto-based writer and video artist originally from New Brunswick. His books include the poetry collections A Selection of Dazzling Scarves and Invisible to Predators, the novel A Quilted Heart, the play Camera, Woman and the novel Spells (ECW). Vaughan was the 1994-95 Playwright in Residence at Buddies in Bad Times, and he writes about art and culture for a wide range of publications.

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