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Parodie en pastiche in die (post)modernistiese drama/teater

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dc.contributor.advisor Keuris, Marisa, 1958-
dc.contributor.author Van der Westhuizen, Pieter Christoffel
dc.date.accessioned 2010-07-14T12:35:27Z
dc.date.available 2010-07-14T12:35:27Z
dc.date.issued 1997-11
dc.date.submitted 1997-11
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10500/3432
dc.description Text in Afrikaans
dc.description.abstract The concepts of parody and pastiche are oftell employed by leading theoreticians to offer definitions of the elusive term "Postmodernism". One is led to conclude that parody and pastiche are direct1y linked to Postmodernism. This is especially valid in the case of pastiche. Indeed, it appears, therefore, that the continllous assumption of the appellation "pastiche" in the Postmodernist discourse could reveal its link to Postmodernism and Postmodernity in general. While parody and pastiche are not new phenomena, the question is why, ill our time, these concepts should be so acutely present in the discourse of literary theory - especially in theoretic contributions on Postmodernism and/or Postmodernis! texts. However, an investigation of the studies done on Postmodernist drama/theatre reveals a distinct lack of reflection about the role of parody and pastiche and a disturbing absence of publication on the the subject. This state of affairs reveals a conspicuous delay in terms of theoretical deliberation when compared to other investigat1ve practices, i.e. literary criticism and philosophy. This study, then, is essentially interested in transposing the present emphasis on parody and pastiche found in contemporary literary theory to Postmodernist drama/theatre. The final objective of this study is to explore the impact of the concepts of parody and pastiche on twentieth century drama/theatre and their possible contribution to a better understanding of the elusive term "Postmodemist drama/theatre". en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xi, 381 leaves)
dc.language.iso af en
dc.subject Postmodernism en
dc.subject Parody en
dc.subject Pastiche en
dc.subject Satire en
dc.subject Irony en
dc.subject Burlesque en
dc.subject Anachronism en
dc.subject Fictionality en
dc.subject Theatre en
dc.subject Drama en
dc.subject.ddc 809.291
dc.subject.lcsh De Wet, Reza. Drie susters twee
dc.subject.lcsh Brodsky, Joseph, 1940-1996
dc.subject.lcsh Parody in literature
dc.subject.lcsh Pasticcio
dc.subject.lcsh Parody
dc.subject.lcsh Postmodernism (Literature)
dc.subject.lcsh Drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism
dc.title Parodie en pastiche in die (post)modernistiese drama/teater en
dc.type Thesis en
dc.description.department Afrikaans and Theory of Literature
dc.description.degree D. Litt. et Phil. (Literatuurwetenskap)


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