New trends in 20th century drama; a survey since Ibsen and Shaw.


[3d ed.].. New York, Oxford University Press, 1967.

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Standard Title Trends in 20th century drama
Subjects Drama -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Drama.
Description 398 pages portraits 23 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Previous editions published under title: Trends in 20th century drama.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 377-384) and index.
Contents The drama since Ibsen and Shaw -- The mask and face of Luigi Pirandello -- A dramatist of optimism: Jean Giraudoux -- The discovery of Paul Claudel -- From expressionism to epic theatre -- A Spanish tragedy: Federico Garcia Lorca -- The Cocteau legend -- A dramatist in the wilderness: Eugene O'Neill -- T.S. Eliot as dramatist -- Existence in theory: Jean-Paul Sartre -- "This fever called living"-Armand Salacrou and Jean Anouilh -- Broadway Cortège-Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller -- The case against Beckett -- Anti-theatre: Eugène Ionesco; Jean Genet; Arthur Adamov -- The invective of John Osborne -- The conscience of the neutrals: Max Frisch and Friedrich Dürrenmatt -- The theatre of disturbance: Peter Weiss -- Britain. John Whiting; John Arden; Harold Pinter; Arnold Wesker; Peter Shaffer; Christopher Fry; James Bridie; Sean O'Casey; Robert Bolt; Graham Greene; N.F. Simpson; Peter Ustinov; Terence Rattigan; J.B. Priestley; Brendan Behan; Shelagh Delaney, Auden and Isherwood; Ann Jellicoe; Henry Livings; David Rudkin, James Saunders, Giles Cooper; John Mortimer; Bernard Kops -- U.S.A. Edward Albee; Thornton Wilder; Jack Gelber; Kenneth H. Brown; William Inge; Arthur Kopit; Elmer Rice; Robert Emmet Sherwood; Clifford Odets; Maxwell Anderson; Philip Barry; William Saroyan; James Baldwin; Jack Richardson; Murray Schisgal -- France. Henry de Montherlant; Albert Camus; Francois Billetdoux; Gabriel Marcel; Marcel Pagnol; Emmanuel Roblès, Georges Bernanos -- Other European countries. Germany and Austria: Martin Walser; Fritz Hochwälder; Rolf Hochhuth; Italy: Ugo Betti; Poland: Slawomir Mrozek; Spain: Jacinto Benavente; Denmark: Kaj Munk; Nordahl Greig -- Theatre and mass media.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)330001
(OCoLC)ocm00330001
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WorldCat Identities Lumley, Frederick, 1927-
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