Manuscriptal

Man´u`script`al


a.1.Manuscript.
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Although O'Connor overstates her case by declaring the manuscriptal record of Orpheus Descending a "unique opportunity to trace [Williams's] depictions of law and sexuality" (145), she productively embeds a familiar play in a tangible "context" of undeniable pertinence, thus illuminating Williams's apparent habit of making his characters more and less responsive to legal pressures as thematic need and the law itself change.
He has carefully translated and reviewed these texts in order to arrive at the best understanding possible, not before giving details regarding their manuscriptal state, authorship, date, etc.