Who Owns the Play? Pirate, Plagiarist, Imitator, Thief
This chapter explores the repudiation of imitation, the identification of piracy and plagiarism as thievery, and the distinction of poetic ‘original’ from copy — crucial to the conceptualization of playtext as authorial property, by nature owned by the author-creator.
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