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eBook History of Australian Drama: Vol 2 (A History of Australian drama) download ISBN: 020715354X
Author: Leslie Rees
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd; 2nd edition (December 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 406
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A History Of Australian Drama book.

A History Of Australian Drama book.

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Bibliography of Australian history. This is a bibliography of selected publications on the history of Australia. What Happened When: A Chronology of Australia from 1788. Bambrick, Susan ed. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Australia (1994). Basset, Jan. The Oxford Illustrated Dictionary of Australian History (1998).

It examines the history of Australian playwrighting and theatre organisations Rees, Leslie, "A History of Australian Drama", 2 vols.

It examines the history of Australian playwrighting and theatre organisations. Particular focus is given to the "post-Doll" period. Those students who can afford to purchase this book are strongly advised to do so. Fitzpatrick, Peter, "After the Doll: Australian Drama Since 1955", (Melbourne: Arnold, 1979) 82. 1409 FIT. Rees, Leslie, "A History of Australian Drama", 2 vols. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1978). 82. 09 REE. "Australasian Drama Studies" (University of Queensland, semi-annual).

9 - Australian drama, 1850–1950. from FROM THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY TO 1950. By Peter Fitzpatrick. From one perspective – the one that has until recently dominated attempts to map Australian drama and theatre in the second half of the 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries – the terrain looks decidedly barren. Writing for the theatre added to the challenges faced routinely by the post-colonial novelist or poet (the discovery of a distinctive voice and a willing publisher) the problem of actually getting the script to the stage, and of finding the many willing and able hands that were necessary to take it there. The successes were few, and modest at that.

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