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Gender and genre : essays on David Mamet

Author: Christopher Hudgins; Leslie Kane
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Palgrave, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Essays
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Named Person: David Mamet; David Mamet; David Mamet; David Mamet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Hudgins; Leslie Kane
ISBN: 031223869X 9780312238698
OCLC Number: 45207962
Description: iv, 265 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Mamet's Three children's plays: where the wilder things are / Thomas P. Adler --
Plowing the buffalo, fucking the fruits: (m)others in American buffalo and Speed-the-plow / Janet V. Haedicke --
Disguise in love: gender and desire in House of games and Speed-the-plow / Steven Price --
Prophecy and parody in Edmond / Richard Brucher --
Demotic male desire and female subjectivity in David Mamet: the split space of the women in Edmond / Imtiaz Habib --
Oleanna, or, the play of pedagogy / Robert Skloot --
A few good men: collusion and violence in Oleanna / Kellie Bean --
Women on the verge, unite! / Karen C. Blansfield --
"It's the way that you are with your children": The matriarchal figure in Mamet's late work / Leslie Kane --
Reinscribing "the fairy": the knife and the mystification of male mythology in The cryptogram / Linda Dorff --
Mamet's novelistic voice / Ilkka Joki --
"A small price to pay": superman, metafamily, and hero in David Mamet's Oedipal House of games / Christopher C. Hudgins --
Man without a gun: Mamet, masculinity, and mystification / Diane M. Borden.
Responsibility: edited by Christopher C. Hudgins and Leslie Kane.
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