Howard Barker’s Theatre: Wrestling with Catastrophe
Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015
...While it is by now axiomatic to say that Howard Barker does not comfortably or conveniently fit into any generic categorization, dramatic movement or school, the reasons behind this are rarely made explicit beyond Barker’s prescription...
... writer, just like the young James Joyce and G. B. Shaw, faced the helter-skelter of downward mobility. When O’Casey reached the age of six his father died, so the family lost its main source of income and had to survive in the working-class...
... the historical king’s relationship with the martyr.For the controversy over competing stage depictions of Oldcastle, see Peter Corbin and Douglas Sedge (eds), The Oldcastle Controversy (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1991); James J. Marino,...
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