Title

She Was Always Sad: Remembering Mother in Caryl Churchill's Not Enough Oxygen and A Number

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2016

Subject: LCSH

Churchill, Caryl, Mothers, Theater,

Disciplines

Dramatic Literature, Criticism and Theory | English Language and Literature | Theatre and Performance Studies

Abstract

“Savilonis argues that the physical absence of mothers who feature instead in the stories of husbands and sons enacts their dehumanization via myth and memory and exposes their exclusion from power.” – from “Introduction to Part II,” p. 138-139.

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Publisher Citation

“She Was Always Sad: Remembering Mother in Caryl Churchill's Not Enough Oxygen and A Number.” Theatre History Studies 35 (2016). Place of publication not identified: University of Alabama Press.