Muthy, Nessah Aisha (2012)
M.Phil. thesis, University of Birmingham.
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Pickaninny is a play that explores the complexities of the mixed race identity in modern Britain. The accompanying Critical Analysis examines the use of dramaturgical elements, when writing Pickaninny, elements include: writing from instinct; story; structure; plot; character; dialogue; exposition; space; time and setting. The Critical Analysis has also been expanded, in order to accommodate the: edtis, corrections and subsequent further development of Pickaninny.
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