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Redefining Shakespeare : literary theory and theater practice in the . J. Lawrence Guntner, Andrew M. Mclean. This book is a collection of essays and interviews documenting the story of Shakespeare in East Germany.
Redefining Shakespeare : literary theory and theater practice in the German Democratic Republic. Hamlet, Macbeth and King Lear on film. Lawrence Guntner, Russell Oliver Jackson.
Literary Theory and Theatre Practice in the German Democratic Republic. It shows how Shakespeare in the theater gradually managed to escape the constraints of ideology and became a strong oppositional voice. Socialist Shakespeare productions in Kádár-Regime Hungary: Shakespeare behind the Iron Curtain.
Newark : London : University of Delaware Press ; Associated University Presses, 1998.
Redefining Shakespeare: Literary Theory and Theater Practice in the German Democratic Republic. Shakespeare and the Popular Tradition in the Theatre: Studies in the Social Dimension of Dramatic Form and Function, Trans. and Ed. Robert Schwartz. Newark: University of Delaware Press. Shakespeare on the Stages of the German Democratic Republic. In Shakespeare on the German Stage: The Twentieth Century, ed. Wilhelm Hortmann, 369–434. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Redefining Shakespeare. Literary Theory and Theatre Practice in the German Democratic Republic. Guntner and Andrew . cLean. Newark & London: University of Delaware Press Associated University Press 1998. Rewriting Shakespeare: Bertolt Brecht Heiner Müller and the Politics of Performance. Shakespeare and European Politics. By Lawrence Guntner and Andrew M. An examination of Müller's practices as a director of his own plays Macbeth and Der Lohndrücker. Also an attempt to approach the category of the post-Brechtian through practice. This collection consists of essays on literary theory and history from a Marxist perspective, interviews with directors and dramaturgs on theater practice on the East German stage before 1990, and interviews with women who were active in the East German theater and are even more active since reunification. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc.
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