Staging Memory in the Twentieth Century Theatre: From Diegesis to Mimesis
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Memory, as a topic, has been a tyrant of most plays during the twentieth century. Its recurrence is unlimited by temporal, critical nor theoretical aspects. Throughout the various dramatic movements and schools, memory has provided many playwrights with a voicing means of certain concerns. Whether personal, social, or even existential, memory proved its significance in their expression.