The Cambridge Companion to Edward Albee

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Stephen Bottoms
Cambridge University Press, ٢١‏/٠٧‏/٢٠٠٥ - 292 من الصفحات
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Edward Albee, perhaps best known for his acclaimed and infamous 1960s drama Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, is one of America's greatest living playwrights. Now in his seventies, he is still writing challenging, award-winning dramas. The essays in this collection provide a comprehensive, multi-faceted survey of Albee's career. Written in an engaging and accessible way, this book should appeal equally to students, scholars, and general readers.

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Review: The Cambridge Companion to Edward Albee

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I rarely, if ever, read academic books like this cover to cover. I'm glad I did. While I didn't love all the essays I think they complimented one another quite well. I don't know if that can be attributed to the editor or Albee...I have a feeling it's the latter. قراءة التقييم بأكمله

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Stephen Bottoms is Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies and Director of the Workshop Theatre, School of English, University of Leeds. He is the author of The Theatre of Sam Shepard: States of Crisis (Cambridge, 1998), Albee: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Cambridge, 2000), and Playing Underground: A Critical History of the 1960s Off-Off-Broadway Movement. He has also edited Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie, and has published articles on a wide variety of topics in a number of scholarly journals. In 2004 his article 'The Efficacy-Effeminacy Braid: Unpicking the Performance Studies/Theatre Studies Dichotomy' (Theatre Topics, September 2003), was nominated for the ATHE prize.

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