Armand Gatti, three plays

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Sheffield Academic, 2000 - Drama - 187 pages
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A French national, born in 1924 of immigrant Italian parents, Armand Gatti worked as a special correspondent in post-war Europe, Siberia, Korea, China and Latin America. He abandoned journalism in the 1950s to write for the theater. A visionary more than an ideologue, a utopian anarchist more than a partisan, Gatti engages with the themes and experiences that shape the 20th century as we know it: destruction on a global scale, injustice and oppression, displacement and survival, identity and language. His writing challenges theatrical and cultural conventions, inviting us to reassess both the world we live in and the forms we use to represent it.

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