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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction, Leslie Kane * Negative Creation: The Detective Story in Glengarry Glen Ross, Steven Price * By indirections find directions out: Uninflected Cuts, Narrative Structure, and Thematic Statement in the Film Version ofGlengarry Glen Ross, Christopher C. Hudgins * The Discourse of Anxiety, Anne Dean * How To Do Things With Salesmen: David Mamet's Speech-Act Play, David Worster * Men Among the Ruins, Robert H. Vorlicky * Levene's Daughter: Positioning the Female in Glengarry Glen Ross, Dorothy H. Jacobs * You're Exploiting My Space: Ethnicity, Spectatorship and the (Post)colonial Condition in Mukherjee's "A Wife's Story" and Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, Deborah H. Geis * The Marxist Child's Play of Mamet's Tough Guys and Churchill's Top Girls, David Kennedy Sauer * Be What You Are: Identity and Morality in Edmond and Glengarry Glen Ross, Jon Tuttle * David Mamet, Jean Baudrillard and the Performance of America, Elizabeth Klaver * Visions of a Promised Land: David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross , Tony J. Stafford * Things (Ex)Change: The Value of Money in Glengarry Glen Ross, Linda Dorff * Pernicious Nostalgia in Glengarry Glen Ross, Richard Brucher * A Japanese Glengarry Glen Ross, Robert T. Rolf * A Conversation: Sam Mendes and Leslie Kane * Bibliography of Glengarry Glen Ross: 1983-1995, David K. Sauer and Janice A. Sauer