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The gender of Rosalind Book by Jan Kott (Farsi)
In “Head for Maidenhead, Maidenhead for Head” Kott unbraids the interwoven themes of gender, law, and familial attachment in Measure for Measure. “The Guillotine as a Tragic Hero” deftly highlights the themes linking Georg Büchner’s Danton’s Death with Julius Caesar.
Jan Kott (October 27, 1914 – December 22, 2001) was a Polish political activist, critic and theoretician of the theatre. A leading proponent of Stalinism in Poland for nearly a decade after the Soviet takeover, Kott renounced his Communist Party membership in 1957 following the anti-Stalinist Polish October of 1956. He defected to the United States in 1965. He is regarded as having considerable influence upon Western productions of Shakespeare in the second half of the 20th century. Born in Warsaw in 1914 to a Jewish family, Kott was baptized into the Catholic Church at the age of five. He became a communist in the 1930s, and took part in the defense of Warsaw. In June 1939 he married Lidia Steinhaus, the daughter of the mathematician and educator Hugo Steinhaus. In September 1939, Kott fought in the Polish army in its futile campaign against the German invasion and then, after a period in Lvov, returned to Nazi-occupied Warsaw. After World War II he became known initially as the editor-in-chief of the literary magazine Kuźnica and as Poland’s leading theorist of Socialist realism.
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|Persian Title||کتاب جنسیت رزالیند اثر یان کات|