The Pleasure of the Play
Cornell University Press, 1994 - 226 páginas
This witty, informed, and concise introduction to the principles of drama helps us to experience the pleasure of plays from Oedipus Rex to Endgame. Never losing sight of the interaction between play and spectator, Bert O. States provides a spirited view of works by Shakespeare, Ibsen, Chekhov, Pinter, Brecht, Beckett, Stoppard, Churchill, and many others.
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