Jan 23, 2022
The Theatre of Revolt: An Approach to Modern Drama
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  • Title: The Theatre of Revolt: An Approach to Modern Drama
  • Author: Robert Brustein
  • ISBN: 9780929587530
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
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Brustein, a simple man with a bigoted brain, tried to destroy Tennessee Williams and may have succeeded and Edward Albee he failed to cripple him , among others Brustein reflected, in his time, a vengeful religion and specific clan He could write a swift sentence, but, in retrospect, the only revolt here is the revolting Robt Brustein A celebration when he finally dies In 2016, he is 89s, soon, Lord


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Robert Brustein is a well known academic in the theatre world, having established the Yale Repertory Theatre when he was working at Yale and established the American Repertory Theatre at Harvard University, where he currently teaches The Theatre of Revolt is one of his early books on theatre, published in 1962 He covers the modern theatre late 19th and 20eth centuries and approaches the authors he has selected with a common faculty of being part of The Theatre of Revolt The Revolt he mentions is [...]


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Offers engaging readings of major modern playwrights thus far I haven t read further than the chapter on Strindberg, so I haven t earned the right to call him a bigot On the other hand, perhaps one might argue Brustein s arching narrative might be a little too reductionist No consideration is paid to the comic aspects of Ibsen s An Enemy of the People, which is characteristically and unfairly brushed off by yet another critic, as a straightforward play.Read in late 2015 and early 2016.


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