Drama Classical to Contemporary

ISBN-10: 0130884413
ISBN-13: 9780130884411
Edition: 2001 (Revised)
List price: $112.00
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Description: For Beginning and Intermediate level courses in Literature, and Introduction to Drama and Humanities courses. This is one of the most comprehensive anthologies of enduring masterpieces of Western drama available. The large and varied selection of  More...

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Book details

List price: $112.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/7/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1472
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.190
Language: English

For Beginning and Intermediate level courses in Literature, and Introduction to Drama and Humanities courses. This is one of the most comprehensive anthologies of enduring masterpieces of Western drama available. The large and varied selection of plays drawn from the classical period to the present day, have been selected to support a wide variety of approaches in teaching drama and theater. The critical and interpretive histories of the works, as well as background information on the theaters where the plays were produced have been designed to help students understand the cultural and theatrical context of dramatic performances.

Greek Drama and Theater
Agamemnon
Oedipus Rex
Medea
Lysistrata
Contexts and Commentaries
FromThe Poetics
From“Emotion and Meaning in Greek Tragedy
From“The Guilt of Agamemnon
“The Freedom of Oedipus
From“Medea: Daughter, Sister, Wife and Mother
Natal FamilyversusConjugal Family in Greek and Roman Myths about Women
” Performance Reviews
Agamemnonin Performance
Agamemnonin Performance
Oedipusin Performance
Oedipusin Performance
Medeain Performance
Medeain Performance
Lysistratain Performance
Lysistratain Performance
Medieval Drama and the Theater in England
The Wakefield Master:The Second Shepherd's Play
Everyman
Context and Commentaries
From“Approaches to Medieval Drama
FromThe English Morality Play: Origins, History, and Influence of a Dramatic Tradition”
FromFrom Ritual to Theatre: The Human Seriousness of Play
Performance Reviews
The Wakefield Playsin Performance
Everymanin Performance
Renaissance Drama and Theater in England
Christopher Marlowe
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Volpone
Context and Commentaries
FromAn Apology for Poetry
Epistle to Volpone
FromRadical Tragedy, “Dr. Faustus (c. 1589-92): Subversion Through Transgression
From“The Mythos of Spring: Comedy
From Shakespearean Tragedy”
“Hamlet
From Hamlet and Oedipus”
From“Representing Ophelia: Women, Madness, and the Responsibilities of Feminist Criticism
” Performance Reviews
Doctor Faustusin Performance
A Midsummer Night's Dreamin Performance
Hamletin Performance
Volponein Performance
French Neoclassical and English Restoration Drama and Theater
The Misanthrope
Phaedra
The Way of the World
Context and Commentaries
FromConcerning Humor in Comedy
FromLiterature Considered in Relation to Social Institutions
FromLaughter
FromOn Racine
Performance Reviews
The Misanthropein Performance
Phaedrain Performance
The Way of t

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