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Recasting the Feminine: Archetypes and Archetypal Figures of the Female in Two Plays by James K. Baxter
Previous critical commentary has considered the plays of James K. Baxter to be predominantly vehicles for his social criticism. They possess, however, a compelling subjective force, and female characters which appear to ...
The Monstrous Mother and the 'natural man': Mythic Figures and Recurring Metaphors in the Plays of James K. Baxter
Previous critical commentary has considered the plays of James K. Baxter to be predominantly a re-working of his social criticism in a different medium. In this study, I argue that a reassessment of Baxter’s plays using a ...