A Critical Companion to the American Stage Musical (Critical

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In Post-Colonial Drama: theory, practice, politics, Helen Gilbert and Joanne Tompkins write: "the term postcolonialism – according to a too-rigid etymology – is frequently misunderstood as a temporal concept, meaning the time after colonialism has ceased, or the time following the politically determined Independence Day on which a country breaks away from its governance by another state. List several passages for students to identify and explain examples of dramatic irony, foreshadowing, epiphany, etc., and their importance to the plot and characters.

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama; Critical edition (March 23, 2017)

ISBN: 1472513258

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