Frank McGuinness and His Theatre of Paradox - Ulster Editions & Monographs No. 12 (Hardback)Hiroko Mikami (author)
Hardback 278 Pages / Published: 15/04/2002
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"Frank McGuinness and His Theatre of Paradox" is a critical study of one of the most important contemporary Irish dramatists. It offers an overview of McGuinness' drama from his early plays right up to the recent "Dolly West's Kitchen". The author has chosen to treat the plays thematically, rather than chronologically, which highlights the playwright's major preoccupations in the contexts of modern and contemporary Ireland. She positions McGuinness exactly as a representative of a dynamic creative intelligence fully alive to the various factors, undercurrents, issues, problems and tensions that are being lived through in present-day Irish society, North and South.
Publisher: Colin Smythe Ltd
Number of pages: 278
Weight: 482 g
Dimensions: 216 x 218 x 33 mm
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