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Staging France between the World Wars :Performance, Politics, and the Transformation of the Theatrical Canon


Staging France between the World Wars analyzes the rise of the modernist aesthetic in French stagecraft between the world wars. Focusing on interwar productions of the classics, it demonstrates that modernist directors had a significant and lasting impact on the academic canon of theater: they introduced a youthful, farcical Moliere, reshuffled the hierarchy of Romantic playwrights, and introduced a generation to a more authentic Shakespeare.
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ISBN : 9781498522786
Product Dimension : 15.700 x 23.700 x 1.700 cm
Weight : 0.4110Kg
Author : Susan McCready,
Publisher : Lexington Books
No. of Pages : 176
Format : Hardback
Publication Date : September 21, 2016

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