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|Title:||Art and omnipotence: genre manipulation in "Requiem for a nun"|
|metadata.ubs.publikation.source:||Lombardo, Agostino (Hrsg.): The artist and his masks. Roma : Bulzoni Editore, 1991 (Studi e ricerche 35). - ISBN 88-7119-392-X, S. 385-395|
|Abstract:||"Requiem lor a Nun" is usually classified as a novel. Yet it remains an irritating example of the genre, since it appears to defy even the loosest definition of a novel. It consists of the three acts of a play called "Requiem for a Nun", each of which is preceded by a long introduction seemingly unrelated to the action, if not the setting, of the play.|
|Appears in Collections:||09 Philosophisch-historische Fakultät|
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