Keywords: Jean Genet
, identity, colonialism, postcolonialism, a play within the play.
, 'Letter to American Intellectuals' ['Lettre aux Intellectuels americains', 1970], Jeff Fort (trans), in Jean Genet
: The Declared Enemy, op.
Sartre made Genet into a Saint, but Jean Genet
stayed well outside the established, canonized version of the existentialist church, whose accepted givens and established tenets rest on the one hand on a radicalized version of the rationalism of the Enlightenment (i.
At a time when the distinctions between fact and fiction have become woefully blurred in many of the intellectual products of our culture, the life of Jean Genet
presents a fascinating paradigm for considering the attendant issues.
Discussion encompasses the work of playwrights including Jean Genet
, Edward Albee, Witold Gombrowicz, Harold Pinter, Sam Shepard, and Samuel Beckett.
El dramaturgo y poeta frances Jean Genet
(1910-1986) planteo al escribir Las criadas: ".
The show's star Tim Curry had been performing a play at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre by the French writer Jean Genet
I would hasten to add Germaine Greer and Jean Genet
, as Despentes celebrates: "The old hags, the dykes, the frigid, the unfucked, the unfuckables, the neurotics, the psychos, for all those girls who didn't get a look in the universal market of the consumable chick.
Seven papers discuss the use of play, humor, and irony to bridge the gap between politics and everyday life by two German activist groups; cultural activism within the sphere of video games; the role of art in everyday life and its connection to demands for an unconditional wage for all members of society; the history and theory of Soma, an "anarchist therapy" concerned with the microsocial relations of everyday life that takes the form of group games and exercises in creativity, playfulness, and spontaneity; the countercultural journal Merlin and its connections to such figures as Jean Genet
, Jean-Paul Sartre, Henry Miller, R.
TBJ I'm writing a theatrical piece about Jean Genet
, whom I knew well.
The final room of the exhibition includes Giacometti's painting of Jean Genet
, full of intense colours and off centre in the frame.
British writer Dominic Johnson, who contributed one of the essays accompanying Lost Boys, gets the contradictions right when he describes Mogutin as "radically" modern yet aligned with the sexual sophistication of an earlier time--a modern-day Jean Genet
, as it were.