The Myth of Identity in Modern Drama is the first book-length study on existential authenticity and its relation to ontological embodiment treated via analyses of characters of modern drama. Furthermore, it offers new methods of exploring characters and characterization and new ways of thinking about identity. Through its investigations of the plays of Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco and Jean-Paul Sartre, the book shows that the study of embodiment will allow for a new method of analyzing characters and how they form, or attempt to form, ever-changing identities.
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing ISBN: 9781443877220 Number of pages: 185 Weight: 921 g Dimensions: 212 x 148 mm Edition: Unabridged edition
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