Remediation in David Mamet's The Water Engine

Callens, Johan
June 2005
American Drama;Summer2005, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p39
Academic Journal
Looks at remediation in the play "The Water Engine," by David Mamet. Forms assumed by the play; Definition of remediation by authors David Jay Bolter and Richard Grusin; Reason why the play originated in narrative rather than dramatic form.


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