Feminist Periodization as a Structural Component of Wendy Wasserstein’s The Heidi Chronicles

“People are products of the time in which they came of age. I know that to be true. In my plays these women are very much of their times.” — Wendy Wasserstein.

Most scholarship and critical studies on the dramatic works of Wendy Wasserstein (1950-2006), during her lifetime and after her untimely death at the age of 55, have been largely concerned with her representation of [ . . . ]