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A post-Marxist perspective on Chuck Palahniuk's early novels and the four plays of Incarcerated

Author: Ron Riekke; Arnold Johnston
Publisher: 2007.
Dissertation: Ph. D. Western Michigan University 2007
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Incarcerated: a collection of four plays includes the plays Home Schooling, Good Behavior, 2 Mics, and All Saints' Day. Incarcerated explores Foucault's carceral networking and Althusser's Ideological and Repressive State Apparatuses as exemplified in characters faced with such cataclysmic events as the Holocaust (Home Schooling and All Saints' Day) and the degradation/slavery of the American prison system (Good  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Chuck Palahniuk; Michel Foucault; Louis Althusser; Louis Althusser; Michel Foucault; Chuck Palahniuk
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Riekke; Arnold Johnston
OCLC Number: 244824891
Notes: Advisor: Arnie Johnston.
Description: iii, 113 leaves : illustrations ; 29 cm
Responsibility: by Ron Riekki.

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Incarcerated: a collection of four plays includes the plays Home Schooling, Good Behavior, 2 Mics, and All Saints' Day. Incarcerated explores Foucault's carceral networking and Althusser's Ideological and Repressive State Apparatuses as exemplified in characters faced with such cataclysmic events as the Holocaust (Home Schooling and All Saints' Day) and the degradation/slavery of the American prison system (Good Behavior and 2 Mics). In this RCG-centered working class playwriting, we see how performativity is in inherent in carceral sociology, where each character in all four plays has to take masks and costumes and roles in order to survive, because incarceration (whether in literal prisons or metaphorical prisons) is all about one work: survival.

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