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Drama and symbolism.

Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1982.
ISBN 0521221811, 9780521221818

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Subjects Aufführung.
Drama -- History and criticism -- Periodicals.
Drama -- History and criticism.
Drama.
Symbolism in literature.
Symbolisme dans la littérature.
Symbolismus.
Théâtre (Genre littéraire)
Théâtre (genre littéraire) -- Histoire et critique.
Series Themes in drama ; 4.
Description x, 264 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1982.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The stage: reality, symbol, metaphor / Martin Esslin -- Symbolic functions in dramatic performance / John Fletcher -- Symbolic action in modern drama: Maurice Maeterlinck / Linn B. Konrad -- Kabuki: signs, symbols and the hieroglyphic actor / Leonard C. Pronko -- Hedda Gabler and the sources of symbolism / A.R. Braunsmuller -- Monuments and ruins as symbols in The Duchess of Malfi / Michael Neill -- The fate of the symbolic in A Streetcar Named Desire / Kathleen Hulley -- Memory and betrayal: the symbolic landscape of Old Times / Arthur E. McGuinness -- The void in Macbeth: a symbolic design / Dana Sue McDermott -- In praise of particularity / Ben Maddow -- Russian pagliacci: symbols of profaned love in The Puppet Show / Virginia Bennett -- Theme and symbol in contemporary Australian drama: Ray Lawler to Louis Nowra / Dennis Bartholomeusz -- Nietzsche on Tragedy by M.S. Silk and J.P. Stern / reviewed by Geoffrey Arnott -- 'Coriolanus' in Europe by David Daniell / reviewed by John Ripley -- Chekhov and the resistant symbol / Peter Holland -- Chekhov and the irresistible symbol: a response to Peter Holland / Laurence Senelick -- Chekhov and the evolving symbol: cues and cautions for the plays in performance / Leigh Woods.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7615062
(OCoLC)ocm07615062
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