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Title: The Metadramatic Inner Play in Richard Brome's The Antipodes
Authors: 蔣筱珍
Contributors: 英語學系
Keywords: The Antipodes;Richard Brome;Richard Hornby;metadrama
Date: 2004-12
Issue Date: 2012-06-05T09:21:26Z
Publisher: 中山大學文學院
Abstract: Richard Brome's The Antipodes (or, The World Upside Down) (1638), a Renaissance travel play, can be viewed as a metadrama, which is a play about plays. The main part of The Antipodes includes a play within the play, wherein actors and the director/playwright are aware that they are performing a play and keep discussing the making of the said play. Moreover, the on-stage audience keeps commenting on the acting of these players. Dramatic "realism" is repeatedly undermined by theatrical practices.
Relation: 中山人文學報, 19: 57-69
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