The Playwright as Rebel: Collected Essays in Theatre History
Bloomsbury Academic, 01.04.2001 - 150 Seiten
What was it about ancient Greece, Elizabethan England and Racine's 17th century France that made them particularly able to respond to and create the high points in tragic drama? Where do Molière's comedies spring from? Why was the Romantic Movement such a watershed in our cultural history, and why was Schiller so handicapped when he attempted to write tragedies? Why was the theatre so despised in England in the 18th and 19th centuries?
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Euripides Medea and Sophocles Antigone
Fuente Ovejuna and Lost in a Mirror
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