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Targeting post-1956 British girls playwrights, this publication inquiries to what quantity modifications in women's lives have impacted on theatre. Contributing to various discourses, together with gender reports, cultural reviews and theatre and function stories, this well timed quantity is essential to our knowing of women's drama during this interval.

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