Liz Lochhead's Voices

Liz Lochhead's Voices

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A study of the Scottish female writer and dramatist Liz Lochhead. It examines the full range of her work and supplies a variety of contexts in which her work can be read, including feminist ideology and theatre history. It also contains a full bibliography of her work and new material.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 10mm | 286g
  • EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • bibliography, 11 half-tones
  • 0748604472
  • 9780748604470
  • 2,172,480

About Robert Crawford

Robert Crawford is Professor of Modern Scottish Literature at the University of St. Andrewsshow more

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To the university student Liz Lochhead's voices will be a God-send. Another triumphant, or at least triumphalist omnigatherum ! a further instalment in Edinburgh University Press's Modern Scottish Writers series. To the university student Liz Lochhead's voices will be a God-send. Another triumphant, or at least triumphalist omnigatherum ! a further instalment in Edinburgh University Press's Modern Scottish Writers series.show more

Table of contents

Biography, Alison Smith; Lochhead and monsters, S.J. Boyd; Lochhead's Language, Robert Crawford; monologues and reviews, Jackie Clune; a sociolinguistic view, Lynda Mugglestone; Tartuffe, Randall Stevenson; Lochhead and feminist theatre, Jan McDonald; performances, Anne Varty; storytelling, Dorothy Porter.show more

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