T.S. ELIOT’s Dramatic Theory and Practice — 1963

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T. S. ELIOT’S DRAMATIC
THEORY AND PRACTICE

FROM SWEENEY AGONISTES TO THE ELDER STATESMAN


CAROL H. SMITH


Although there have been innumerable studies of T. S. Eliot, this is the first to examine closely the relationship between the changes and developments in his dramatic practice and his artistic and intellectual development. Professor Smith finds Eliot’s dramatic theory and practice rooted in his conception of the need for order in religion and art. […] Eliot’s interest in the jazz rhythms and popular appeal of the English music hall, in the mythical method of Yeats and Joyce, and in the work of the Cambridge School of Classical Anthropology, which traced the origins of Greek drama back to the primitive ritual drama, is examined as the basis of his dramatic ideals and intentions. [da badana]


Ensaio. Encadernação editorial em tela com sobrecapa, possuindo ligeiras perdas de papel nas extremidades. Com ix-251 páginas e 22 x 14,5 cm. Bom estado geral. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1963.

Preço: 15 euros.


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