Cloud Nine; Post Colonial Theory Portrayed Through Gender Repression
This 9 page paper considers the role of gender and race in Caryl Churchill's play 'Cloud Nine'. This play uses disruptive gender performances to illustrate the way in society has repressed and enforced its ideals on those who should have bee free to develop without the interference of pressurised expectations and enforced social perceptions. The parallels between gender repression and the effects of post colonialism are explored and illustrated with numerous quotes form the play. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
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