Bedford Introduction to Drama

ISBN-10: 0312474881

ISBN-13: 9780312474881

Edition: 6th

Authors: Lee A. Jacobus
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Description: The Bedford Anthology of Dramais the most comprehensive introductory drama resource available. Its 54 chronologically arranged plays represent every major period from classic times to the present. With in-depth treatment of 3 major playwrights, the strongest representation of plays by women and American multicultural plays, and an exciting contemporary section loaded with prize winners,The Bedford Anthology of Dramahas the plays you want to teach and features designed to help students think critically about all aspects of a play as a work of literature and as a performance. Giving students a rich understanding of the plays and the contexts from which they emerge the anthology offers 57 commentaries, 4 Casebooks, the most extensive collection of theater photographs available in a text of this kind, coverage of writing about drama, and a robust companion web site with help for students and instructors.

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Book details

List price: $103.99
Edition: 6th
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 9/5/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1824
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 4.928
Language: English

Preface for Instructors
Introduction: Thinking about Drama
What Is Drama?
Drama and Ritual
Drama: The Illusion of Reality
Seeing a Play Onstage
Theaters and Their Effect
Reading a Play
The Great Ages of Drama
Greek Drama
Roman Drama
Medieval Drama
Renaissance Drama
Late Seventeenth-and Eighteenth-Century Drama
Nineteenth-Century Drama through the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Drama in the Early and Mid-Twentieth Century
Contemporary Drama
Genres of Drama
Tragedy
Comedy
Tragicomedy
Elements of Drama
Plot
Characterization
Setting
Dialogue
Music
Movement
Theme
The Rising of the Moon
Greek Drama
Origins of Greek Drama
The Greeks and Their Gods
The Greek Stage
The Greek Actor
Genres of Greek Drama
Tragedy
Satyr Plays
Comedy
The Great Age of Greek Drama
Greek Drama Timeline
Aeschylus, Agamemnon (Translated by David Greene and Wendy Doniger O���Flaherty) Agamemnon in Performanc
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