Abstract

The polar forces that define Adrienne Kennedy's writing-the need to reveal and the need to conceal-have led her to create a body of work that, taken as a whole, becomes a puzzle-like challenge to audiences and readers who feel compelled to “know” the playwright, a coup-de-grace performance in itself. With the article is the first publication of Kennedy's short story, “Milena's Wedding.”

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