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1. INTRODUCTION This paper attempts to render a postmodernist reading of Sam Shepard's family play Buried Child. After an introduction to postmodernism in literature, in general, and in drama, in particular, Shepard's Buried Child is analyzed, which is finally followed by the analysis of the play within a postmodernist frame, in which the theories of the three French philosophers, Jean- Francois Lyotard, Jean Baudrillard and Jacques Derrida, are taken into account.