Strange Syntax: The Use of Foreign Languages in American Musicals

Sircus, Kyle Matthew
2011

The American musical has long been regarded as a cultural document, whose reflexive relationship with American society allows us to glean much about our national and personal identities. How then do foreign languages integrate themselves into a distinctly American form (heavily influenced by immigrants) and reflect a contemporary outlook on American culture? Does telling a story in more than one l... read more

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Musical theater--History and criticism
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