By Joanna Bornat
There's a universal method to memory and existence overview with olderpeople and oral heritage, and but little or no universal literature. The
distinguishing features of those methods are defined and 3 parts of labor are featured: interrogation, partnership and possession. The dialogue attracts on a case research drawn from examine on family members break-up and reconstitution, and at the functionality of a play devised and played by way of a bunch of older beginner actors to a world convention. I finish via selecting ways that either methods could gain advantage from a more in-depth collaboration.
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