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by Richard Boon

  • Author: Richard Boon
  • ISBN: 0521615577
  • ISBN13: 978-0521615570
  • ePub: 1279 kb | FB2: 1154 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 4, 2008)
  • Pages: 286
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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The Cambridge Companion to David Hare (Cambridge Companions to Literature) ePub download

Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature. David Hare is one of the most important playwrights to have emerged in the UK in the last forty years.

Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature. Recommend to librarian. This volume examines his stage plays, television plays and cinematic films, and is the first book of its kind to offer such comprehensive and up-to-date critical treatment. Contributions from leading academics in the study of modern British theatre sit alongside those from practitioners who have worked closely with Hare throughout his career, including former Director of the National Theatre Sir Richard Eyre.

This Companion addresses the work of one of the most important modern British playwrights, David Hare. Richard Boon is Professor of Drama in the Department of Music and Drama, University of Hull. The first book of its kind to offer such comprehensive critical treatment, it examines his stage plays, television plays and cinematic films, and includes an essay by Sir Richard Eyre, on directing Hare's plays. Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature.

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David Hare is one of the most important playwrights to have emerged in the UK in the last forty years. This volume examines his stage plays, television plays and cinematic films, and is the first book of its kind to offer such comprehensive and up-to-date critical treatment. Contributions from leading academics in the study of modern British theatre sit alongside those from practitioners who have worked closely with Hare throughout his career, including former Director of the National Theatre Sir Richard Eyre. Uniquely, the volume also includes a chapter on Hare's work as journalist and public speaker; a personal memoir by Tony Bicât, co-founder with Hare of the enormously influential Portable Theatre; and an interview with Hare himself in which he offers a personal retrospective of his career as a film maker which is his fullest and clearest account of that work to date.