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William Inge and the subversion of gender rewriting stereotypes in the plays, novels, and screenplays

Inspired by a meeting with Tennessee Williams, American playwright William Inge found success early, winning a Pulitzer for drama and an Academy Award for best screenplay. His small-town upbringing profoundly influenced his writing, and one of his major recurring themes was the traditional roles of gender. This close study of Inge's work focuses particularly on his technique of ""gendermandering, "" patterns of gender-role reversals which Inge exploits not only for dramatic effect but also to subvert social expectations. Fully considered are stereotypes and established gender roles, especially.

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  • ""This study of Inge's work focuses particularly on his technique of "gendermandering," patterns of gender-role reversals which Inge exploits not only for dramatic effect but also to subvert social expectations. The author concentrates on material that is strictly Inge's, not adaptations or collaborations, and on work that has been published and is readily available to the general public"--Provided by publisher."
  • "Inspired by a meeting with Tennessee Williams, American playwright William Inge found success early, winning a Pulitzer for drama and an Academy Award for best screenplay. His small-town upbringing profoundly influenced his writing, and one of his major recurring themes was the traditional roles of gender. This close study of Inge's work focuses particularly on his technique of ""gendermandering, "" patterns of gender-role reversals which Inge exploits not only for dramatic effect but also to subvert social expectations. Fully considered are stereotypes and established gender roles, especially."@en
  • ""This study of Inge's work focuses particularly on his technique of "gendermandering," patterns of gender-role reversals which Inge exploits not only for dramatic effect but also to subvert social expectations. The author concentrates on material that is strictly Inge's, not adaptations or collaborations, and on work that has been published and is readily available to the general public"--Provided by publisher."@en

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  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en

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  • "William Inge and the subversion of gender rewriting stereotypes in the plays, novels, and screenplays"@en
  • "William Inge and the subversion of gender : rewriting stereotypes in the plays, novels, and screenplays"
  • "William Inge and the Subversion of Gender Rewriting Stereotypes in the Plays, Novels, and Screenplays"@en