By David Krasner
A historical past of contemporary Drama: Volume II explores a amazing breadth of themes and analytical ways to the dramatic works, authors, and transitional occasions and routine that formed international drama from 1960 via to the sunrise of the recent millennium.
- Features special analyses of performs and playwrights, analyzing the impact of a variety of writers, from mainstream icons corresponding to Harold Pinter and Edward Albee, to extra unorthodox works by means of Peter Weiss and Sarah Kane
- Provides international assurance of either English and non-English dramas – together with works from Africa and Asia to the center East
- Considers the impression of artwork, tune, literature, structure, society, politics, tradition, and philosophy at the formation of postmodern dramatic literature
- Combines wide-ranging subject matters with unique theories, overseas viewpoint, and philosophical and cultural context
Completes a finished two-part paintings reading glossy international drama, and along A background of recent Drama: Volume I, deals readers entire assurance of a whole century within the evolution of world dramatic literature.
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A History of Modern Drama, Volume II: 1960 - 2000 by David Krasner