When Silence Plays Vielle: The Metaperformance Scenes of Le Roman de Silence in Performance
Performance-based exploration of the thirteenth-century Le Roman de Silence can extend discussions of ambiguity by clarifying the experience of the sound of the poem. Homonymic terminology breaks down the boundary between performer and text, while metaperformance elements impose identities of characters on performer and audience.
Zaerr, Linda Marie. (2009). "When Silence Plays Vielle: The Metaperformance Scenes of Le Roman de Silence in Performance". Mosaic, 42(1), 99-116.
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