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The second collection of plays by one of France's most prominent playwrights
High Places: "A drama which, from second to second, maintains the spectator in suspense, and which, by the same stroke, achieves the dimension of pure, great metaphysical theatre." (Le Monde); The Neighbours " bizarre contemporary vaudeville, biting, disturbing, very subtle and wildly funny" (Le Figaro); Portrait of a Woman: "An intriguing challenging piece." (Financial Times); The Television Programme: "The piece is beautifully plotted and written from the heart." (Independent on Sunday)
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Produktbeschreibung
The second collection of plays by one of France's most prominent playwrights

High Places: "A drama which, from second to second, maintains the spectator in suspense, and which, by the same stroke, achieves the dimension of pure, great metaphysical theatre." (Le Monde); The Neighbours " bizarre contemporary vaudeville, biting, disturbing, very subtle and wildly funny" (Le Figaro); Portrait of a Woman: "An intriguing challenging piece." (Financial Times); The Television Programme: "The piece is beautifully plotted and written from the heart." (Independent on Sunday)

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury UK
  • Seitenzahl: 368
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16. Oktober 1997
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781408148839
  • Artikelnr.: 38285801
Autorenporträt
Michel Vinaver was born in 1927. For nearly 30 years he was an executive with Gilette International and this inside experience of the workings of a multinational corporation has provided material for many of his plays. In the 1950s he was labelled a political dramatist, especially after his play The Koreans provoked right-wing demonstrations and was subject to government censorship. In the 1960s he suffered from prolonged writer's block but overcame it with the writing of Overboard (1969). Since then he has written many more plays and is known as the leading 'dramatist of the everyday'. His work has been produced by every leading director from Vitez to Lassalle; he was the first chairman of the Theatre Commission of the Centre National des Lettres, and is generally acknowledged as France's major living dramatist.