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The Plays of Tom Stoppard for Stage, Radio, TV and Film : Readers Guides to Essential Criticism - Terry Hodgson

The Plays of Tom Stoppard for Stage, Radio, TV and Film

Readers Guides to Essential Criticism

Paperback

Published: 9th April 2001
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In this Readers' Guide, Terry Hodgson provides a general background to Stoppard's oeuvre, elucidating his main themes through selective quotation from the critics and from Stoppard's own illuminating interview comments. The book summarises stage techniques and modes of critical approach, and focuses throughout on Stoppard's concern with the nature of creativity. This theme is particularly evident in important plays written in the 1990s - Arcadia, Indian Ink and The Invention of Love - key works by this seminal playwright about which there has been little comment so far.

'I continue to find the Readers' Guides indispensable for teaching - they really give students a sense of criticism having a history' - Professor Rachel Bowlby, University of York 'The series looks really excellent - attractively produced, user friendly; and outstanding value for money' - Ronald Knowles, Reader, University of Reading

The Background and the Work
Early Stage Plays: Playing Games
Early Radio Plays
Early TV plays
Detective Stories
'Thou Shalt Not Kill'
What Did You Do in the Great War?
A Knickers Farce and Tribute to America
Ethics and Politics in Eastern Europe
African Naturalism
Language and Czech Censorship
Writing About Love
Adaptations
Later Radio and TV
Triple Twinning
Discovering the Past and Predicting the Future
From Radio to Stage
Scholarship and Poetry
Film Scripts
Theatre Views: Director, Actor and Author
Academic Criticism and Stoppard
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ISBN: 9781840462418
ISBN-10: 1840462418
Series: Readers Guides to Essential Criticism
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 9th April 2001
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.95 x 13.6  x 1.78
Weight (kg): 21.6
Edition Number: 1