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This is the first substantial study of the immensely popular writer and dramatist, Liz Lochhead. It examines the full range of her poetry and drama and supplies a variety of contexts - biographical, feminist and theatrical among others - in which her work can be read, heard, viewed and relished. One of the few books devoted to the work of a Scottish woman writer, and one of an even smaller number dealing in detail with contemporary Scottish drama, Liz Lochhead's Voices raises significant questions both for women's studies and Scottish literature in general. It includes the only extensive bibliography of Lochhead's writings, and is written in an accessible style which will appeal both to the student and to the general reader.
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.
|Liz Lochhead: Speaking in her Own Voice||p. 1|
|Liz Lochhead and the Ungentle Art of Clyping||p. 17|
|The Voice of Revelation: Liz Lochhead and Monsters||p. 38|
|The Two-faced Language of Lochhead's Poetry||p. 57|
|Hearing Voices: Monologues and Revues||p. 75|
|Lochhead's Language: Styles, Status, Gender and Identity||p. 93|
|Re-enter Houghmagandie: Language as Performance in Liz Lochhead's Tartuffe||p. 109|
|Putting New Twists to Old Stories: Feminism and Lochhead's Drama||p. 124|
|Scripts and Performances||p. 148|
|Liz Lochhead: A Checklist||p. 170|
|About the Contributors||p. 192|
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Series: MODERN SCOTTISH WRITERS
For Ages: 22+ years old
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st January 1994
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.3