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The changing face of Joan of Arc: the appropriation of Joan of Arc in twentieth-century American theatre
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-08-24)
The Changing Face of Joan of Arc: The Appropriation of Joan of Arc in Twentieth-century American Theatre shows that the evolution of Joan of Arc's image reflected the culture of each era, and illustrated the changing social ...
Redating Pericles: A Re-examination of Shakespeare’s Pericles as an Elizabethan Play
Pericles's apparent inferiority to Shakespeare’s mature works raises many questions for scholars. Was Shakespeare collaborating with an inferior playwright or playwrights? Did he allow so many corrupt printed versions ...
Emerging from the Ground: The Meaning of Messiah in August Wilson’s Pittsburgh Cycle
Pittsburgh playwright and poet August Wilson wrote a series of ten plays in which each play is set in a different decade of the twentieth century. This series of plays is often referred to as the Pittsburgh Cycle. The ...