By Bernard Wilkie
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271). Hall identifies a paradox crucial to the drifting of attention within cultural studies away from analysis of social stratification and toward the effects of image-making systems. ). In BW, Vogel enacts herself trying to overcome the ‘instabilities’ and the ‘displacement’ that textualizing experience entails. The impulses that led to the 34 Naming Theatre play are redemptive and compensatory: Paula wants to bring Carl to life. This desire, however, is chased by the need to express, comprehend, and come to terms with the fact that Carl has gone, and cannot be brought to life.
Xxxvii–viii). I suggest 26 Naming Theatre (in Chapter 7) that what is most valuably dialogic about Smith’s work, however, is not the ‘gap’ she identifies, but the one between her framing of the work and the work itself. While Smith nominates a lack of space as somehow a cause of a degraded public sphere, Parks takes a step back, implicating metaphors that lead to the experience of a lack of space. In the mini-essays that preface The America Play and Other Works (1995), she touches on some of the ways in which, as the plays in the volume enact, temporal and spatial metaphors intersect to station identity.
The rabbit is then smuggled around Europe by Carl, who keeps fervently arranging to meet Harry. Anna, despite her brother’s best efforts, knows about the rabbit, but has no idea why it is significant. She attaches herself to the sign of the rabbit like a greyhound chasing an effigy of a rabbit around a labyrinthine track. As she chases it, the rabbit multiplies, Carl and The Third Man furtively exchanging rabbits and Anna finding it impossible to determine which is the original one. ’ (Vogel, 1996, p.