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Voracious reader and DPhil candidate blogs about books and scholarly life.

Review: Tom Stoppard on text and performance — The Oxford Culture Review

How much “Shakespeare” is there in a Shakespeare play? A facetious question, perhaps. But it’s a question that is peculiarly specific to the theatre — how much of the author can one distinguish in a play text? Unlike the novel, with its possibilities for narrative stretches where the author’s “voice” can emerge, in plays the […]

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One comment on “Review: Tom Stoppard on text and performance — The Oxford Culture Review

  1. Helen Doron
    20/06/2016

    Very amusing review. Thanks a lot, it was very interesting and informative for me.

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