Rape on the Contemporary Stage

Rape on the Contemporary Stage

Fitzpatrick, Lisa

Springer International Publishing AG






15 a 20 dias

79,99 €

Mainly focusing on the period from the 1990s to the present, it identifies key feminist debates on rape and gender, and introduces a set of ideas about the function of rape as a form of embodied, gendered violence to the analysis of dramaturgical and performance strategies used in a range of important and/or controversial works.
1. Introduction.2. Rape on the Naturalistic Stage: the example of Miss Julie.3. Women Playwrights: Subverting Representational Strategies.4. The Body of a Woman as a Battlefield: Rape and Conflict.5. Eroticism, Vulnerability, and Affect.6. In Extremis: Staging Rape in the 2010s.7. Conclusion.
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