Kattaikkuttu: The Flexibility of a South Indian Theatre Tradition, and: Karna's Death: A Play by Pukalentirrulavar (review)

@article{Zarrilli2002KattaikkuttuTF,
  title={Kattaikkuttu: The Flexibility of a South Indian Theatre Tradition, and: Karna's Death: A Play by Pukalentirrulavar (review)},
  author={Phillip B. Zarrilli},
  journal={Asian Theatre Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={19},
  pages={245 - 247}
}
titions that sound natural in Chinese but awkward in English. Even though certain elements cannot find full equivalency in English—Pei-Pei’s fashionable peppering of English words, the Taiwanese utterances of her grandmother, or the beeper-coded language used by the three teens—reading the English version leaves no sense that it must sound better in the original. Wang and Woods’s translation feels complete unto itself. Many works of contemporary Taiwan theatre never even see print in Chinese… Expand