Studies on themes and motifs in literature ; v. 113.
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Introduction: Defying laws of genre and gender The complete man: the heroic myth's reinvention in Ulysses: Samuel Beckett and generic refashioning A shimmering doubleness: community and estrangement in the dramatized novel between the acts: Jeanette Winterson and Woolf's hybridic legacy Turning 'Night into day': Stein's theatrical burlesque of enlightenment reason in Doctor Faustus Lights the lights Robert Wilson, Wooster Group, and Faustus's perpetual refashioning Conclusion: Breaking laws and the myth of human singularity.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -155) and index.
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Print version: Tabor, Nicole. Gender, genre, and the myth of human singularity. New York : Peter Lang,  viii, 162 pages ; 23 cm. Studies on themes and motifs in literature ; vol. 113