John Osborne, Vituperative Artist: A Reading of His Life and Work
Psychology Press, 2002 - 260 Seiten
Despite the ambivalence of critics and audiences, he is recognized today as one of the most important playwrights of the twentieth century as well as the father of modern British theater. This study by Luc Gilleman provides a fresh critical perspective on Osborne's complete oeuvre, addressing the issues in his plays most relevant today, notably the relationship between his life and work, the function of the gaze, and the construction of gender. Gilleman examines all of the major plays chronologically, offering both detailed analysis and contextual overview.
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Osbornes Phallic Art
Rise to the Top 19561963
Of Bears and Traps
The Use of Despair
The Negative Way of Anger
At the Top 19641971
The Birthing of the Self
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