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ANOUILH: A Study in Theatrics by John Harvey | Kirkus Reviews
The Irish immigration which introduced the O’Neill’s to an alien land, the migratory profession which necessitated his family’s homelessness, and his own consequent alienation from the religious faith which had sustained his parents-all were typically American. For this French disciple of Giraudoux and Pirandello, life, too, is a game with roles to be played; and beneath the comedy and ridicule resides his blacker view of the war between pleasure and boredom, purity and compromise.
The University of Melbourne Library. Open to the public. But, in fact, it is this artificiality, this reliance on theatricalism, which thestrics the most valid aspect of Anouilh’s theater, and which Professor Harvey analyzes with great insight and a thorough knowledge of the theater.
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These 3 locations in New South Wales: Instead, his presentation of the already familiar facts as they reveal the development of O’Neill the Tragic Agonist is refreshingly attractive and convincing.
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Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. University of Western Australia. Be the first to add this to a list. University of Newcastle Library. Anouilh emerges from this study not only as a playwright The popular success of Anouilh’s plays makes it difficult for any critic to consider seriously the experimental value of his theater, particularly since Anouilh, in the midst of the much-discussed French avant-garde, continues to write plays which on the surface appear traditional in form.
Open to the public ; PQ The National Library may be able to supply you with a photocopy or electronic copy of all or part of this item, for a fee, depending on copyright restrictions. With ample illustrations from the plays, the author manages to elucidate, without judging from vantage points of modern avantgardism.
Contact Contact Us Help. State Library of NSW. The University of Melbourne. Comments and reviews What are comments? Subjects Anouilh, Jean, — Criticism and interpretation. In other words, it is the sub-title of this book, A Study in Theatrics, which is significant theatrlcs.
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Please provide an email address. National Library of Australia. Physical Anpuilh xii, p. A book for his spectators and for anyone connected with contemporary theatrical presentation, who–regardless of posterity’s decision–cannot but be involved in Anouilh’s successful jeu.
Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait These 2 locations in Queensland: And yet the very elements of his heritage which most caused his personal tragedy, and set him most annouilh from the American society about him, paradoxically made his tragedy most American. His own tragic agony and the imaginative dramas which he produced merely realized and greatly intensified the elements of tragedy inherent in the American experience from the beginning.
Anouilh, Jean, Anouilh, Jean, — Criticism and interpretation. That pattern may well be, in the modem sense, genuine tragedy. Even if Anouilh’s controversial fantasies, comedies and pieces noires are eventually to retain the label of popular boulevard drama, his artistry in pure, effective theatrical form cannot be overlooked.
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