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Dramatic theory and criticism : Greeks to Grotowski, [compiled by] Bernard F. Dukore

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Dramatic theory and criticism : Greeks to Grotowski
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Dramatic theory and criticism
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Greeks to Grotowski
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[compiled by] Bernard F. Dukore
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Contents
  • Nichomachean Ethics / Aristotle
  • The
  • trachatus coislinianus / Anonymous
  • On the best style of orators / Cicero
  • The
  • art of poetry / Horace
  • On the sublime / Longinus
  • Late Antiquity through the Middle Ages
  • On the spectacles / Tertullian
  • The
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • City of God / Saint Augustine
  • Comedy and tragedy / Aelius Donatus
  • Handling sin / Robert Mannyng of Brunne
  • Letter to the Lord can grande della scala / Dante Aligheri
  • The
  • genealogy of the gentile Gods / Giovanni Boccaccio
  • A
  • Sermon against miracle plays / Anonymous
  • Renaissance Italy
  • Discourse on comedies and tragedies / Giovambattista Giraldi Cinthio
  • Ancient Greece and Rome
  • On comedy / Franciscus Robortellus
  • The
  • Poetics / Giovan Giorgio Trissino
  • Poetics / Julius Caesar Scaliger
  • On Aristotle's Poetics / Lodovico Castelvetro
  • Compendium of tragicomic poetry / Giovanni Battista Guarini
  • Elizabethan and Jacobian England and Spain
  • A
  • Treatise against dicing, dancing, plays and interludes / John Northbrooke
  • The
  • The
  • school of abuse / Stephen Gosson
  • A
  • defence of poetry, music and stage plays / Thomas Lodge
  • The
  • defense of poesy / Sir Philip Sidney
  • The
  • art of English poesy / George Puttenham
  • Induction to a warning for fair women / Anonymous
  • Induction to every man out of his humor / Ben Jonson
  • Preface to Sejanus, his fall / Ben Jonson
  • The
  • Dedication to Volpone / Ben Jonson
  • Timber, or discoveries made upon men and matter / Ben Jonson
  • Observations on the art of English poesy / Thomas Campion
  • A
  • defense of rhyme / Samuel Daniel
  • The
  • new art of writing plays / Lope de Vega
  • Preface to the faithful shepherdess / John Fletcher
  • Preface to the white devil / John Webster
  • Republic / Plato
  • Poetics / Aristotle
  • Another translation of four passages of Aritotle's Poetics
  • Rhetoric / Aristotle
  • whole art of the stage / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • Critique of school for wives / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • The
  • improvisation at Versailles / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • Preface to Tartuffe / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • First preface to Andromache / Jean Racine
  • First preface to Britannicus / Jean Racine
  • Preface to Berenice / Jean Racine
  • Preface to Phaedra / Jean Racine
  • The
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • art of poetry / Nicholas Boileau-Despreaux
  • Reflections of Aristotle's treatise of poesy / Rene Rapin
  • On the characters of tragedies / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • Of Ancient and modern tragedy / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • To an author who asked my opinion of a play where the heroine does nothing but lament herself / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • Preface to Oedipus / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • A
  • discourse on tragedy / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • Letter to Horace Walpole / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • Encyclopedia / Denis Diderot
  • Seventeenth and Eighteenth century France
  • On Dramatic Poetry / Denis Diderot
  • Politics and the arts / Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • An
  • essay on serious drama / Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron
  • On theatre / Sebastien Mercier
  • Restoration and Eighteenth Century England
  • An
  • essay of dramatic poesy / John Dryden
  • A
  • defense of an essay on dramatic poesy / John Dryden
  • Observations on the Gid / Georges de Scudery
  • Preface to an evening's love / John Dryden
  • Preface to all for love / John Dryden
  • Of that sort of dramatic poem called tragedy / John Milton
  • Upon critics who judge of modern plays precisely by the rules of the ancients / Samuel Butler
  • A
  • short view of tragedy / Thomas Rymer
  • A
  • short view of the immorality and profaneness of the English stage / Jeremy Collier
  • Amendments of Mr. Collier's false and imperfect citations, ect. / William Congreve
  • The
  • Apologetic letter / Pierre Corneille
  • usefulness of the stage to the happiness of mankind, to government and to religion / John Dennis
  • To the spectator upon his paper of the 16th of April / John Dennis
  • A
  • defense of Sir Fopling Flutter / John Dennis
  • Remarks on a play called the conscious lovers; a comedy / John Dennis
  • A
  • discourse upon comedy in reference to the English stage / George Farquhar
  • The
  • Spectator No 39 / Joseph Addison
  • The
  • The
  • Spectator No 40 / Joseph Addison
  • The
  • Spectator No 51 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 65 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 65 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 290 / Sir Richard Steele
  • Preface to the conscious lovers / Sir Richard Steele
  • Opinions of the French Academy / the French Academy
  • Dedication to the London merchant / George Lillo
  • The
  • Rambler No 92 / Samuel Johnson
  • The
  • Rambler No 156 / Samuel Johnson
  • A
  • dictionary of the English language / Samuel Johnson
  • Preface to the plays of William Shakespeare / Samuel Johnson
  • General observations on King Lear / Samuel Johnson
  • Of tragedy / David Hume
  • Discourses / Pierre Corneille
  • A
  • comparison between sentimental and laughing comedy / Oliver Goldsmith
  • The
  • The
  • pathetic / Friedrich Schiller
  • Reflections on the use of vulgar and low elements in works of art / Friedrich Schiller
  • On the use of the chorus in tragedy / Friedrich Schiller
  • Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • On truth and probability in works of art / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Lectures on dramatic art and literature / August Wilhelm von Schlegel
  • The
  • world as will and idea / Arthur Schopenhauer
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • The
  • end of art / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Symbolic, classic and romantic / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Dramatic poetry / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Preface to Maria Magdalena / Friedrich Hebbel
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth century Scandinavia
  • The
  • ancient tragical motive as reflected in the modern / Soren Kierkegaard
  • The
  • comical / Soren Kierkegaard
  • Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century Germany
  • Letter to Bjornstjerne Bjornson / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Edmund Gosse / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Lucie Wolf / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Hans Lien Braekstad / Henrik Ibsen
  • Speech at the festival of the Norwegian Women's Rights League, Christiana / Henrik Ibsen
  • Preface to Miss Julie / August Strindberg
  • An
  • effective play / August Strindberg
  • Author's preliminary note to a Dream Play / August Strindberg
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century England and Ireland
  • Hamburg dramaturgy / Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  • Greek drama / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On the principles of sound criticism concerning the fine arts / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Biographia literaria / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Progress of the drama
  • Table talk / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Outline of and introductory lecture upon Shakespeare / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On the characteristics of Shakespeare's plays / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Notes on Hamlet / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Notes on the Tempest / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On wit and humor / William Hazlitt
  • Preface to The Robbers / Friedrich Schiller
  • On the artificial comedy of the last century / Charles Lamb
  • Comic dramatists of the Restoration / Thomas Babington Macaulay
  • An
  • essay on comedy / George Meredith
  • The
  • decay of lying / Oscar Wilde
  • Preface to the Picture of Dorian Gray / Oscar Wilde
  • Preface to Widowers' House / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • problem play / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • Preface to Three Plays by Brieux / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • technical novelty in Ibsen's plays / George Bernard Shaw
  • On cutting Shakespeare / George Bernard Shaw
  • Windlestraws / William Butler Yeats
  • Notes / William Butler Yeats
  • The
  • reform of theatre / William Butler Yeats
  • First principles / William Butler Yeats
  • The
  • stage as a moral institution / Friedrich Schiller
  • play, the player and the scene / William Butler Yeats
  • Preface to The Playboy of the western world / John Millington Synge
  • Preface to The Tinker's Wedding / John Millington Synge
  • Excursus on the ritual forms preserved in Greek tragedy / Gilbert Murray
  • Play-making / William Archer
  • The
  • theatre of the absurd / Martin Esslin
  • On the cause of the pleasure we derive from tragic objects / Friedrich Schiller
  • On tragic art / Friedrich Schiller
  • The
  • tragical in daily life / Maurice Maeterlinck
  • The
  • modern drama / Maurice Maeterlinck
  • Laughter / Henri Bergson
  • Preface to the Breasts of Tiresias / Guillaume Apollinaire
  • On humor / Luigi Pirandello
  • Preface to the Eiffel Tower Wedding Party / Jean Cocteau
  • The
  • dehumanization of art / Jose Ortega y Gasset
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • No more masterpieces / Antonin Artaud
  • Experience of the theatre / Eugene Ionesco
  • Nineteeth and Twentieth Century Germany, Austria and Switzerland
  • The
  • artwork of the future / Richard Wagner
  • Introduction to the critique of Political Economy / Karl Marx
  • Letter to Ferdinand Lassalle / Karl Marx
  • Letter to Ferdinand Lassalle / Friedrich Engels
  • Letter to Minna Kautsky / Friedrich Engels
  • Letter to Margaret Harkness / Friedrich Engels
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century France, Italy and Spain
  • Technique in drama / Gustav Freytag
  • The
  • birth of tragedy / Friedrich Nietzsche
  • On Oedipus and Hamlet / Sigmund Freud
  • Jokes and their relation to the unconscious / Sigmund Freud
  • On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry / Carl G. Jung
  • The
  • modern theatre is the epic theatre / Bertolt Brecht
  • Theatre for pleasure or theatre for instruction / Bertolt Brecht
  • Problems of the theatre / Friedrich Duerrenmatt
  • Racine and Shakespeare / Stendhal, Marie Henri Beyle
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century United State and Canada
  • Democratic vistas / Walt Whitman
  • A
  • thought on Shakespeare / Walt Whitman
  • The
  • tragic fallacy / Joseph Wood Krutch
  • Theory and technique of playwriting / John Howard Lawson
  • Some thoughts on playwriting / Thornton Wilder
  • Tragedy and the common man / Arthur Miller
  • The
  • Preface to Cromwell / Victor Hugo
  • archetypes of literature / Northrop Frye
  • The
  • mythos of spring: comedy / Northrop Frye
  • What is theatre? / Eric Bently
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Russia and Hungary
  • etters to A. S. Suvorin / Anton Pavlovich Chekhov -- Letters to V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko / Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
  • What is art? / Leo Tolstoy
  • Party organization and party literature / V. I. Lenin
  • On education and the arts / V. I. Lenin
  • The
  • Naturalism on the Stage / Emile Zola
  • sociology of modern drama / George Lukacs
  • Montage of attractions for the production of Ostrovsky's Diary of a Scoundrel / Sergei Eisenstein
  • Theses on the problems of Marxist criticism / Anatoly V. Lunacharsky
  • Reports and speeches at the first Soviet writers' conference
  • Soviet literature- the richest ideas, the most advanced literature / Andrei A. Zhdanov
  • Contemporary world literature and the tasks of proletarian art / Karl Radek
  • Poetry, poetics and the problems of poetry in the USSR / Nikolai Bukharin
  • Twentieth Century Poland
  • On a new type of play / Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz
  • The
  • How to write a play / Alexandre Dumas, Fils
  • theatre's new testament / Jerzy Grotowski
  • The
  • law of drama / Ferdinand Brunetiere
Control code
659084
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 1003 pages
Isbn
9780030911521
Lccn
73009778
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)438508
Label
Dramatic theory and criticism : Greeks to Grotowski, [compiled by] Bernard F. Dukore
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 997-998
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nichomachean Ethics / Aristotle
  • The
  • trachatus coislinianus / Anonymous
  • On the best style of orators / Cicero
  • The
  • art of poetry / Horace
  • On the sublime / Longinus
  • Late Antiquity through the Middle Ages
  • On the spectacles / Tertullian
  • The
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • City of God / Saint Augustine
  • Comedy and tragedy / Aelius Donatus
  • Handling sin / Robert Mannyng of Brunne
  • Letter to the Lord can grande della scala / Dante Aligheri
  • The
  • genealogy of the gentile Gods / Giovanni Boccaccio
  • A
  • Sermon against miracle plays / Anonymous
  • Renaissance Italy
  • Discourse on comedies and tragedies / Giovambattista Giraldi Cinthio
  • Ancient Greece and Rome
  • On comedy / Franciscus Robortellus
  • The
  • Poetics / Giovan Giorgio Trissino
  • Poetics / Julius Caesar Scaliger
  • On Aristotle's Poetics / Lodovico Castelvetro
  • Compendium of tragicomic poetry / Giovanni Battista Guarini
  • Elizabethan and Jacobian England and Spain
  • A
  • Treatise against dicing, dancing, plays and interludes / John Northbrooke
  • The
  • The
  • school of abuse / Stephen Gosson
  • A
  • defence of poetry, music and stage plays / Thomas Lodge
  • The
  • defense of poesy / Sir Philip Sidney
  • The
  • art of English poesy / George Puttenham
  • Induction to a warning for fair women / Anonymous
  • Induction to every man out of his humor / Ben Jonson
  • Preface to Sejanus, his fall / Ben Jonson
  • The
  • Dedication to Volpone / Ben Jonson
  • Timber, or discoveries made upon men and matter / Ben Jonson
  • Observations on the art of English poesy / Thomas Campion
  • A
  • defense of rhyme / Samuel Daniel
  • The
  • new art of writing plays / Lope de Vega
  • Preface to the faithful shepherdess / John Fletcher
  • Preface to the white devil / John Webster
  • Republic / Plato
  • Poetics / Aristotle
  • Another translation of four passages of Aritotle's Poetics
  • Rhetoric / Aristotle
  • whole art of the stage / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • Critique of school for wives / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • The
  • improvisation at Versailles / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • Preface to Tartuffe / Francois Hedelin, Abbot of Aubignac Moliere, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  • First preface to Andromache / Jean Racine
  • First preface to Britannicus / Jean Racine
  • Preface to Berenice / Jean Racine
  • Preface to Phaedra / Jean Racine
  • The
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • art of poetry / Nicholas Boileau-Despreaux
  • Reflections of Aristotle's treatise of poesy / Rene Rapin
  • On the characters of tragedies / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • Of Ancient and modern tragedy / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • To an author who asked my opinion of a play where the heroine does nothing but lament herself / Charles de Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond
  • Preface to Oedipus / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • A
  • discourse on tragedy / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • Letter to Horace Walpole / Voltaire, Francois Marie Arouet
  • Encyclopedia / Denis Diderot
  • Seventeenth and Eighteenth century France
  • On Dramatic Poetry / Denis Diderot
  • Politics and the arts / Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  • An
  • essay on serious drama / Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron
  • On theatre / Sebastien Mercier
  • Restoration and Eighteenth Century England
  • An
  • essay of dramatic poesy / John Dryden
  • A
  • defense of an essay on dramatic poesy / John Dryden
  • Observations on the Gid / Georges de Scudery
  • Preface to an evening's love / John Dryden
  • Preface to all for love / John Dryden
  • Of that sort of dramatic poem called tragedy / John Milton
  • Upon critics who judge of modern plays precisely by the rules of the ancients / Samuel Butler
  • A
  • short view of tragedy / Thomas Rymer
  • A
  • short view of the immorality and profaneness of the English stage / Jeremy Collier
  • Amendments of Mr. Collier's false and imperfect citations, ect. / William Congreve
  • The
  • Apologetic letter / Pierre Corneille
  • usefulness of the stage to the happiness of mankind, to government and to religion / John Dennis
  • To the spectator upon his paper of the 16th of April / John Dennis
  • A
  • defense of Sir Fopling Flutter / John Dennis
  • Remarks on a play called the conscious lovers; a comedy / John Dennis
  • A
  • discourse upon comedy in reference to the English stage / George Farquhar
  • The
  • Spectator No 39 / Joseph Addison
  • The
  • The
  • Spectator No 40 / Joseph Addison
  • The
  • Spectator No 51 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 65 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 65 / Sir Richard Steele
  • The
  • Spectator No 290 / Sir Richard Steele
  • Preface to the conscious lovers / Sir Richard Steele
  • Opinions of the French Academy / the French Academy
  • Dedication to the London merchant / George Lillo
  • The
  • Rambler No 92 / Samuel Johnson
  • The
  • Rambler No 156 / Samuel Johnson
  • A
  • dictionary of the English language / Samuel Johnson
  • Preface to the plays of William Shakespeare / Samuel Johnson
  • General observations on King Lear / Samuel Johnson
  • Of tragedy / David Hume
  • Discourses / Pierre Corneille
  • A
  • comparison between sentimental and laughing comedy / Oliver Goldsmith
  • The
  • The
  • pathetic / Friedrich Schiller
  • Reflections on the use of vulgar and low elements in works of art / Friedrich Schiller
  • On the use of the chorus in tragedy / Friedrich Schiller
  • Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • On truth and probability in works of art / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret / Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Lectures on dramatic art and literature / August Wilhelm von Schlegel
  • The
  • world as will and idea / Arthur Schopenhauer
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • The
  • end of art / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Symbolic, classic and romantic / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Dramatic poetry / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  • Preface to Maria Magdalena / Friedrich Hebbel
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth century Scandinavia
  • The
  • ancient tragical motive as reflected in the modern / Soren Kierkegaard
  • The
  • comical / Soren Kierkegaard
  • Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century Germany
  • Letter to Bjornstjerne Bjornson / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Edmund Gosse / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Lucie Wolf / Henrik Ibsen
  • Letter to Hans Lien Braekstad / Henrik Ibsen
  • Speech at the festival of the Norwegian Women's Rights League, Christiana / Henrik Ibsen
  • Preface to Miss Julie / August Strindberg
  • An
  • effective play / August Strindberg
  • Author's preliminary note to a Dream Play / August Strindberg
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century England and Ireland
  • Hamburg dramaturgy / Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  • Greek drama / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On the principles of sound criticism concerning the fine arts / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Biographia literaria / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Progress of the drama
  • Table talk / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Outline of and introductory lecture upon Shakespeare / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On the characteristics of Shakespeare's plays / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Notes on Hamlet / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Notes on the Tempest / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • On wit and humor / William Hazlitt
  • Preface to The Robbers / Friedrich Schiller
  • On the artificial comedy of the last century / Charles Lamb
  • Comic dramatists of the Restoration / Thomas Babington Macaulay
  • An
  • essay on comedy / George Meredith
  • The
  • decay of lying / Oscar Wilde
  • Preface to the Picture of Dorian Gray / Oscar Wilde
  • Preface to Widowers' House / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • problem play / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • Preface to Three Plays by Brieux / George Bernard Shaw
  • The
  • technical novelty in Ibsen's plays / George Bernard Shaw
  • On cutting Shakespeare / George Bernard Shaw
  • Windlestraws / William Butler Yeats
  • Notes / William Butler Yeats
  • The
  • reform of theatre / William Butler Yeats
  • First principles / William Butler Yeats
  • The
  • stage as a moral institution / Friedrich Schiller
  • play, the player and the scene / William Butler Yeats
  • Preface to The Playboy of the western world / John Millington Synge
  • Preface to The Tinker's Wedding / John Millington Synge
  • Excursus on the ritual forms preserved in Greek tragedy / Gilbert Murray
  • Play-making / William Archer
  • The
  • theatre of the absurd / Martin Esslin
  • On the cause of the pleasure we derive from tragic objects / Friedrich Schiller
  • On tragic art / Friedrich Schiller
  • The
  • tragical in daily life / Maurice Maeterlinck
  • The
  • modern drama / Maurice Maeterlinck
  • Laughter / Henri Bergson
  • Preface to the Breasts of Tiresias / Guillaume Apollinaire
  • On humor / Luigi Pirandello
  • Preface to the Eiffel Tower Wedding Party / Jean Cocteau
  • The
  • dehumanization of art / Jose Ortega y Gasset
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • No more masterpieces / Antonin Artaud
  • Experience of the theatre / Eugene Ionesco
  • Nineteeth and Twentieth Century Germany, Austria and Switzerland
  • The
  • artwork of the future / Richard Wagner
  • Introduction to the critique of Political Economy / Karl Marx
  • Letter to Ferdinand Lassalle / Karl Marx
  • Letter to Ferdinand Lassalle / Friedrich Engels
  • Letter to Minna Kautsky / Friedrich Engels
  • Letter to Margaret Harkness / Friedrich Engels
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century France, Italy and Spain
  • Technique in drama / Gustav Freytag
  • The
  • birth of tragedy / Friedrich Nietzsche
  • On Oedipus and Hamlet / Sigmund Freud
  • Jokes and their relation to the unconscious / Sigmund Freud
  • On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry / Carl G. Jung
  • The
  • modern theatre is the epic theatre / Bertolt Brecht
  • Theatre for pleasure or theatre for instruction / Bertolt Brecht
  • Problems of the theatre / Friedrich Duerrenmatt
  • Racine and Shakespeare / Stendhal, Marie Henri Beyle
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century United State and Canada
  • Democratic vistas / Walt Whitman
  • A
  • thought on Shakespeare / Walt Whitman
  • The
  • tragic fallacy / Joseph Wood Krutch
  • Theory and technique of playwriting / John Howard Lawson
  • Some thoughts on playwriting / Thornton Wilder
  • Tragedy and the common man / Arthur Miller
  • The
  • Preface to Cromwell / Victor Hugo
  • archetypes of literature / Northrop Frye
  • The
  • mythos of spring: comedy / Northrop Frye
  • What is theatre? / Eric Bently
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Russia and Hungary
  • etters to A. S. Suvorin / Anton Pavlovich Chekhov -- Letters to V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko / Anton Pavlovich Chekhov
  • What is art? / Leo Tolstoy
  • Party organization and party literature / V. I. Lenin
  • On education and the arts / V. I. Lenin
  • The
  • Naturalism on the Stage / Emile Zola
  • sociology of modern drama / George Lukacs
  • Montage of attractions for the production of Ostrovsky's Diary of a Scoundrel / Sergei Eisenstein
  • Theses on the problems of Marxist criticism / Anatoly V. Lunacharsky
  • Reports and speeches at the first Soviet writers' conference
  • Soviet literature- the richest ideas, the most advanced literature / Andrei A. Zhdanov
  • Contemporary world literature and the tasks of proletarian art / Karl Radek
  • Poetry, poetics and the problems of poetry in the USSR / Nikolai Bukharin
  • Twentieth Century Poland
  • On a new type of play / Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz
  • The
  • How to write a play / Alexandre Dumas, Fils
  • theatre's new testament / Jerzy Grotowski
  • The
  • law of drama / Ferdinand Brunetiere
Control code
659084
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 1003 pages
Isbn
9780030911521
Lccn
73009778
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)438508

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