Character and conflict: an introduction to drama

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Harcourt, Brace & World, Jun 1, 1969 - Literary Criticism - 721 pages
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Works selected from the most creative periods of the Western theater reveal the dramatic use of plot and character

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A book written in the 1960s is still relevant today, showing that, unlike science, theatre doesn't change theory rapidly. Although the plays used as illustrations are different than what you would see ... Read full review

Contents

PART
2
Hedda Gabler
25
CHARACTER IN EXPRESSION ISTIC
98
ANONYMOUS
104
THE WORLD OF THE PLAY
130
Mother Courage and Her Children
143
DRAMA
222
PLOT
286
THE NATURE OF DRAMA
362
Hamlet
380
PART II
509
Riders to the Sea
557
IOHN MILL1NGTON SYNGE
570
Tiger at the Gates
628
heme on the Battlefield
687
Theaters
704

Antigone
301
PLOT ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL
351
Types of Drama
711
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