By Alazar

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This temptation is most conspicuous in relation to Shakespeare. In the Doctor Who episode ‘The Shakespeare Code’ (first broadcast BBC One, April 2007), an anachronistic desire to see the playwright is self-consciously introduced to the assembled audience at the Globe in 1599 by Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman), new assistant of the time-travelling doctor (David Tennant). 20 As it played out as a dramatic moment, it was too delicious an anachronism, and too good an on-screen joke, not to be emulated subsequently.

14 This beguiling, if extravagant, position suggests that those able to create literary works of distinction are correspondingly gifted with a capacity for personal imprimatur onto their material environment in ways that remain legible to later generations. 15 The belief, even the experiential sense, that a little human specialness can be imparted to objects so that their substance retains the trace memory of their erstwhile owners is also an intuitively felt item of faith for many of us in our familial lives, springing from a desire to resist, or at least temper, the separation of the grave.

She examines Kaufman’s own insistent (though literally absent) ‘presence’ in that film through the variety of entertaining, and neurotically configured, on-screen proxies written into it. Smith uses a consideration of the institutional status of the Hollywood screenwriter, and the necessary collaborations with other institutional players that form part of the screenwriter’s trade, to highlight the collaborative processes of writing per se, occluded though these more typically are in other, more autonomous-seeming, forms of writing.

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