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|dc.identifier.citation||영미어문학, no.113, pp.109 - 127||-|
|dc.description.abstract||This paper aims to compare Anne Nelson’s The Guys and Neil LaBute’s The Mercy Seat to argue that both plays are about 9/11 and emotional healing through building human relationships. The aim of the first play is to associate individual memories of trauma and create a sense of community while that of the other is to dissociate individuals from collective memories of trauma and focus on having the sense of a self. Both plays are related to 9/11 in the sense that they are about the people affected by the disaster rather than directly dealing with the 9/11 terrorist attacks.||-|
|dc.subject||The Mercy Seat||-|
|dc.title||Human Relationships and Emotional Healing in the 9/11 plays: The Guys and The Mercy Seat||-|
|dc.title.alternative||Human Relationships and Emotional Healing in the 9/11 plays: The Guys and The Mercy Seat||-|
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