World Drama From Aeschylus to Anouilh

World Drama From Aeschylus to Anouilh

Book - 1976
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Publisher: London : Harrap, 1976
Edition: 2nd ed. revised and enlarged
ISBN: 9780245518720
024551872X
Branch Call Number: 809.2/NIC
Additional Contributors: Wilmurt, Arthur
Alternative Title: Strindberg and the play of the subconscious
The independent theatre in Germany
The play of ideas in France
Realism in diverse lands : Italy, Spain, England, Russia
Neo-Romanticism in the theatre
The drama of the Orient
The Sanskrit drama
The drama of China
The Japanese drama
The relics of older Realism
The extension of the realistic
The theatre symbolic and theatrical
Some studies of women : Alcestis, Medea, Hippolytus, Andromache, Hecuba, the Trojan women
The first dramatist : Aeschylus
The glory of the Greek Theatre : Sophocles
The dawn of realism : Euripides
Aristophanes and the old comedy
From Menander to the mimes
Religious drama and profane during The Middle Ages
The drama of the Renaissance
Comedy, tradedy and melodrama in Italy
The popular play : The commedia Dell' arte
French romanticism and classicism
The Spanish stage under Lope De Vega and Calderon
The international theatre of the Jesuits
The drama of the Renaissance : England
Shakespeare and his predecessors
Early seventeenth-century tragedy and comedy
The triumph of classicism
Racine and the tragedy of sentiment
Molière and the comedy of manners
The restoration comedy of manners
The age of gentility, philosophy, and sentimentalism
Tragedy and opera
The growth of Bourgeois comedy
The wave of sentimentalism
The romantic theatre
From tragedy to melodrama
Comedy and extravaganza
From the Medieval to the materialistic
The realm of fancy
The coming of Realism
The triuph of Realism : Ibsen
The poetic stage
Purposeful laughter : George Bernard Shaw
Drama between two wars
The American advent and dramatic revolution in Poland
The drama of the individual
The Expressionistic Movement
Realism, social and otherwise
The comic spirit and social unrest
The vogue of the historical play
The revival of poetic drama
Eugene O'Neill
Post-war drama in the U.S.A
Post-war drama in England and Ireland
Post-war drama in France and Belgium
German-language post-war drama
Post-war drama in Scandinavia
Post-war drama in Eastern Europe
Post-war Hispanic and Brazilian drama
Post-war drama in Italy
Post-war drama in Australia
Post-war drama in Africa

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