Telling Performances: Essays on Gender, Narrative, and Performance
Brian Nelson, Anne Freadman, Philip Anderson
University of Delaware Press, 2001 - Literary Collections - 270 pages
These essays engage with narratives and narrative issues, in particular on the issue of performance in and of narrative, with the telling of performance and the performance of telling, and the way stories perform gender and identity. They focus on narrative as such, on narrative genres, and on particular narratives, but they all seek to inform thinking on narrative.
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