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Julia Copus & Basir Kazmi

Hourglass and print

Julia Copus shows how language can skew time, and Basir Kazmi asks if plays should be books. Julia Copus explores the way that poetry, through its control of language, can influence the perception of time. Basir Kazmi considers the ‘stage of the mind’, and whether the real measure of a playwright is the script as written word.


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