By David Krasner
- Contains particular research of performs and playwrights, connecting subject matters and providing unique interpretations
- Includes assurance of non-English works and traditions to create a world view of contemporary drama
- Considers the impact of modernism in paintings, song, literature, structure, society, and politics at the formation of recent dramatic literature
- Takes an interpretative and analytical method of sleek dramatic texts instead of targeting construction history
- Includes insurance of the ways that staging practices, layout thoughts, and performing kinds trained the development of the dramas
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A History of Modern Drama, Volume I: 1 by David Krasner