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Staging masculinity : male identity in contemporary American drama

Author: Carla J McDonough
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©1997.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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McDonough, Carla J., 1963-
Staging masculinity.
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., ©1997
(OCoLC)606163125
Named Person: Sam Shepard; August Wilson; David Mamet; David Rabe; David Mamet; David Rabe; David Mamet; David Rabe; Sam Shepard; August Wilson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carla J McDonough
ISBN: 0786402687 9780786402687
OCLC Number: 35770887
Description: vi, 186 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Masculinity and performance --
Canonical forefathers ; Eugene O'Neill : father of American drama ; Tennessee Williams : masquerades of masculinity ; Arthur Miller : portrait of the common man ; Amiri Baraka : angry young men --
Sam Shepard : the eternal patriarchal return ; Dueling identities : Tooth of crime and True west ; Fathers and sons : Curse of the starving class and Buried child ; Women and male identity : Fool for love and A lie of the mind ; Afterward : States of shock --
David Mamet : the search for masculine space ; The search for selfhood : Edmond ; Apprenticeships to manhood : Sexual perversity in Chicago and Lakeboat ; Competition for identity : Glengarry Glen Ross ; Men at work : American buffalo and Speed-the-plow ; Fueling the fires : Oleanna ; Engendering language. David Rabe : men under fire ; In the shadow of war : the Vietnam trilogy ; Media images of manhood : The basic training of Pavlo Hummel and Sticks and bones ; In the cadre room : Streamers ; Myths of male friendship I : Goose and Tomtom play dress-up ; Myths of male friendship II : Hurlyburly --
August Wilson : performing black masculinity ; Black masculinity ; Masculinity and the tradition of African American drama ; Blues men : Ma Rainey's black bottom ; Family men : Fences, Joe Turner's come and gone, and Piano lesson ; Men in groups : Two trains running ; Black and white masculinity --
Other voices, other men : reinventing masculinity.
Responsibility: Carla J. McDonough.

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