Reason obscured: nine plays
Reason Obscured is the first English-language translation of plays by renowned Argentinean dramatist Ricardo Monti, one of Latin America's most distinctive, innovative, and influential contemporary playwrights. The annotated collection includes four full-length works (An Evening with Mr. Magnus & Sons, Visit, Marrathon, and The Obscurity of Reason) and five one-act plays (The Beaded Curtain, A South American Passion-Play, Asuncion, Hotel Columbus, and Finland), all written between 1970 and 2000. Graham-Jones's introductory study and bibliography of works by and about Monti also accompany the collection.
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The Theater of Ricardo
Selected Works by and about Ricardo Monti
An Evening with Mr Magnus Sons
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