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Title Violence in drama.
Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1991.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1650.V55 T53    AVAILABLE  
Series Themes in drama, 0263-676X ; 13
Themes in drama ; 13.
Subject Drama -- History and criticism.
Violence in drama.
Alt Name Redmond, James, M.A.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PN1650.V55 T53    AVAILABLE  
Series Themes in drama, 0263-676X ; 13
Themes in drama ; 13.
Subject Drama -- History and criticism.
Violence in drama.
Alt Name Redmond, James, M.A.
Description ix, 318 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Note Edited by James Redmond.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0521403553 : L39.00 ($69.00 U.S.)
OCLC # 26095884
Table of Contents
 Themes in Drama volumes and conferences 
 List of contributors 
 List of illustrations 
 Editor's preface 
 The uses of violence in drama / Thomas Gould1
 Violence in Greek tragedy / Simon Goldhill15
 Violence and dramatic structure in Euripides' Hecuba / Charles Segal35
 Violence on the street: playing rough in Plautus / Richard C. Beacham47
 Violence and the social body in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament / Victor I. Scherb69
 'There must be blood': mutilation and martyrdom on the medieval stage / John Spalding Gatton79
 Mixed feelings about violence in the Corpus Christi plays / Richard L. Homan93
 Shakespearean violence: a preliminary survey / Jonas Barish101
 Cultural disintegration in Titus Andronicus: mutilating Titus, Vergil and Rome / Heather James123
 Racine's Bajazet: the language of violence and secrecy / Maya Slater141
 Grand Guignol and the orchestration of violence / Victor Emeljanow151
 The ultimate in theatre violence / John M. Callahan165
 Lesbian sexuality and violence in the plays of G. B. Shaw / Ellen Gainor177
 Violence as tragic farce in Camus's Caligula / Ben Stoltzfus191
 Violence in two plays by Federico Garcia Lorca / Kay Garcia203
 Apartheid and primitive blood: violence in Afrikaans Shakespeare productions / Rohan Quince215
 A streetcar named misogyny / Kathleen Margaret Lant225
 Languages of violence: Fugard's Boesman and Lena / Marcia Blumberg239
 Stage violence as thaumaturgic technique / Mary Karen Dahl251
 Violation and implication: One for the Road and Ficky Stingers / David Ian Raby261
 The mask as sign of violence in contemporary Latin American theatre / Severino Joao Albuquerque269
 'night Mother and True West: mirror images of violence and gender / Raynette Halvorsen Smith277
 The role of the theatre in Czechoslovakia's 'velvet revolution' / Jeremy Adler291
 Index315