This book is a timely intervention in theatre studies which reads
Martin Crimps plays in the context of contemporary, late capitalist
societies of control or of spectacle, and explores how female
collapse in particular works as a form of denunciation of the
violence of globalized, free-market economy. It contends that Crimp
can best be understood as a post-Holocaust playwright, and it will
be of interest to both specialists in Crimp and theatre studies,
and to anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of
Walter De Gruyter Inc
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Clara Escoda Agusti
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