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ERIC Number: EJ662619
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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ISSN: ISSN-0046-208X
"[W]hat I Would Fain Call Master": Challenging "King Lear's" Heritage.
Kelly, Philippa
English in Australia, n135 p9-16 Dec 2002
Speculates about the performative aspect of Charles Marowitz's generalization regarding academically based and performance based usage of canonical or non canonical text. Defines what makes a canonical text and uses Shakespeare's "King Lear" as a vehicle for addressing ways in which performance might challenge, and seek to open out, canonical thinking. (SG)
The Australian Association for the Teaching of English, PO Box 3203, Norwood, S.A. 5067, Australia. E-mail: aate@aate.org.au.
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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