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Publication Date: December Seven inter-war plays by Polish women writers created a flurry of excitement and condemnation when they appeared, yet today they are almost forgotten.
This groundbreaking study interrogates the feminism of these plays and their authors, who dared to question national myths, subvert genre expectations, and reinterpret definitions of subjectivity, anticipating the work of numerous women playwrights in post Poland. Synthesizing a variety of theoretical perspectives, the author produces a nuanced reading of each work and of the group as a whole.
Both texts and the innovative synthetic approach will interest scholars of Polish literature, chatting online free Arizona drama, and of gender studies. Her recent work focuses on s Polish women playwrights as important predecessors to contemporary feminist drama. Acknowledgements Introduction 1.
Women and Drama in Other Western Modernisms 2. Inter-War Poland 3. Who Were They?
A Short Biographical Introduction 4. What Are They?
Plot Summaries of the Plays 5. Theorizing the Subject: Possibilities of Change 7. Dramatic Fissures 9.
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Table of Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Reading her analysis makes us rethink the mechanisms of theater and the structures of domination at the same time.
Grossman University of Glasgow.