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    Gabrielle Cody,Evert Sprinchorn
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Gabrielle Cody, Evert Sprinchorn. A wholly unique A to Z reference for modern drama, this authoritative encyclopedia differs from others in highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of drama by placing playwrights and plays within their social, cultural, and historical contexts. Over 450 leading scholars provide students, general readers, and scholars with clearly written and concise entries that steer clear of technical jargon while also offering advanced readers new perspectives on familiar figures, movements, trends, issues, and texts. The Encyclopedia concentrates on drama in the literary.

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The Encyclopedia of Modern Drama is a comprehensive and original approach to understanding this history and a powerful tool in reinforcing the vital role of drama in the intellectual and artistic life of the last 150 years. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 1744 pages.

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The Columbia encyclopedia of modern drama: Volume 2 - Page 1423 Gabrielle H. Cody, Evert Sprinchorn - 2007 . Cody, Evert Sprinchorn - 2007 "kich noi is the spoken drama of Vietnam. Developed in the early 20th. A Cup of Poison (Chen thuoc doc, 1921) by Vu Dinh Long (1896- 1960), presented at the Hanoi Grand Theatre, was the first fully developed play. The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Asia - Page 578 Don Rubin - 1998 "The first spoken drama in Vietnamese was Chen thuoc doc (A Cup of Poison) by Vu Dinh Long (1901–60) in 1921. Another early dramatist of note was Nguyen Huy Tuong (1912–60), author of Vu Nhu To (1943), a famous classic dealing with.

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Gabrielle H. Cody is a Professor in the Department of Drama at Vassar College where she has taught since . Cody is a Professor in the Department of Drama at Vassar College where she has taught since 1992. She received her MFA in Directing from the University of Minnesota, and a Doctorate in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism from Yale University. BA, Mount Holyoke College; MFA, Yale University; MFA, University of Minnesota; DFA, Yale University.

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After receiving her bachelor's degree from Stanford University's program in Modern Thought and Literature in 1998 . The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama Jul 03, 2007. by Gabrielle Cody, Evert Sprinchorn.

After receiving her bachelor's degree from Stanford University's program in Modern Thought and Literature in 1998, Romanska earned her P. from Cornell University's Department of Theater, Film, and Dance in 2006.

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A wholly unique A to Z reference for modern drama, this authoritative encyclopedia differs from others in highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of drama by placing playwrights and plays within their social, cultural, and historical contexts. Over 450 leading scholars provide students, general readers, and scholars with clearly written and concise entries that steer clear of technical jargon while also offering advanced readers new perspectives on familiar figures, movements, trends, issues, and texts. The Encyclopedia concentrates on drama in the literary sense rather than as performance.The scope of this encyclopedia is truly global. The editors follow the development of modern theater in both Western Europe (England, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Italy, Ireland, France, Spain) and Eastern Europe; in Russia, China, Japan, India, and all of Southeast Asia; in Australia and New Zealand; in the United States and Canada; in Latin America, Africa, and in the Yiddish language. Entries are at least 500 words, richly researched and innovatively written. In "Brecht" the playwright's central themes and theories on theater are contextualized within the story of his exile, which paints a larger portrait of the cultural and political state of Europe at the time. In "Spain" the stories of certain theaters and prominent playwrights, such as Federico Garcia Lorca, are woven within the history of the country itself. And a colorful look at "Off Broadway" emphasizes the importance of theater economics and reveals its influence in shaping the development of drama.The history of modern drama is quickly becoming a popular area of study. The Encyclopedia of Modern Drama is a comprehensive and original approach to understanding this history and a powerful tool in reinforcing the vital role of drama in the intellectual and artistic life of the last 150 years.