marigraph


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marigraph

[′mar·ə‚graf]
(engineering)
A self-registering gage that records the heights of the tides.
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In his introduction to Marigraph Barton draws our attention to the way in which Maritime culture bas become synonymous with a simple way of life "long lost to the rest of contemporary society:' Indeed, throughout this anthology there is a vein of nostalgia for a traditional mode of living that is falling victim to the machinations of modern progress.
By assembling an electic collection of work that includes such heavyweights as Daniel MacIvor, Kent Stetson, George Boyd, Wendy Lill, and Norm Foster, Marigraph puts Maritime drama's best foot forward in an anthology that should serve to pique the interest of theatre practitioners and theorists alike.