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Title: “I Am Not a Freak!” Delia Bacon as a Dramatis Persona
Authors: Vysotska, N.
Keywords: Литературоведение
Литература отдельных стран и народов
США
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Минский государственный лингвистический университет
Citation: Американские и европейские исследования – 2017 : [сборник]. – Минск : МГЛУ, 2019. – С. 131-137.
Abstract: The paper sets out to explore the one-actor play by contemporary American dramatist James Armstrong focusing on Delia Bacon, a passionate mid-19th c. champion of anti-Stratfordian (Baconian) theory. The famous Romantic writer Nathaniel Hawthorne who played a certain role in Bacon’s life figures in the play as an off-stage character. Bacon’s dramatic monologue reveals, on the one hand, her prophetic zeal in upholding Francis Bacon’s authorship of Shakespearean canon, and on the other – her female frustration informing the play with tragicomic overtones.
URI: http://e-lib.mslu.by/handle/edoc/3834
ISBN: 978-985-460-935-5
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