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The Diviner: The Art of Brian Friel

Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
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This is a completely revised and updated version of Pine's 1990 study, Brian Friel and Ireland's Drama. It is written with the cooperation of Friel himself and includes assessments of all his recent work, including Molly Sweeny, Give Me Your Answer, ... weiterlesen
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Titel: The Diviner: The Art of Brian Friel
Autor/en: Richard Pine

ISBN: 1900621231
EAN: 9781900621236
Revised.
Sprache: Englisch.
UNIV COLLEGE DUBLIN PR

Dezember 1999 - kartoniert - 432 Seiten

Beschreibung

This is a completely revised and updated version of Pine's 1990 study, Brian Friel and Ireland's Drama. It is written with the cooperation of Friel himself and includes assessments of all his recent work, including Molly Sweeny, Give Me Your Answer, Do!, and the film version of Dancing at Lughnasa. It also includes an assessment of Friel as a post-colonial writer, an analysis of Friel's short stories, and the influence of music and magic on the plays. Includes extensive notes and bibliography. Richard Pine is one of Ireland's leading critics and lecturers.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Survey of the work, language, literature and politics, liminality, splitting and the gap, memory and space. Part I Private conversation; the landscape painter; the short stories. Part II Public address: plays of love; plays of freedom. Part III Politics: a field day; plays of language and time. Part IV Music: plays of beyond; magic. Appendix: Brian Friel and George Steiner.

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"It was widely praised, and is a considerable work of literary theory as well as a very thorough study of Friel's work." Books Ireland Summer 1999 "I find the book most engaging when Pine is most specific. Most illuminating in my view is the discussion of the relationship between Friel's early stories and his plays, and the sensitive and full analysis of the complex politics of the plays and of Friel's relationship to the competing perspectives which create the vexed reality of contemporary Ireland." Robert Gordon, Goldsmith University Irish Studies Review 8 (1) 2000 "Pine, in a very legalistic manner has almost the method of a defence counsel and heaps evidence on top of argument and nearly always makes a good case." Books Ireland March 2000

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