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What women critics know that men don't

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Jane Griffiths

Women critics loved Griffith's Antigone. Men hated it. Translating their different reactions reveals the gendered politics of critique.

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About the author

Jane Griffiths is an actor, writer, and Director of the Centre for Theatre and Performance at Monash University