Exploring distancing in the work of Dorothy Heathcote: Estrangement as poetic distortion - NATIONAL DRAMA

Exploring distancing in the work of Dorothy Heathcote: Estrangement as poetic distortion

This article introduces the reader to a range of terms that have historically been applied to the notion of distancing, which in the author’s view was a major component of Heathcote's work.
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Stig Eriksson

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