Anti-War Theatre After Brecht: Dialectical Aesthetics in the Twenty-First Century


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"Examining the ways in which contemporary Western theatre protests against the 'War on Terror', this book analyses six twenty-first century plays that respond to the post-9/11 military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Palestine. The plays are written by some of the most significant writers of this century and the last including Elfriede Jelinek, Caryl Churchill, Haelaene Cixous and Tony Kushner. Anti-war theatre after Brecht grapples with the problem of how to make theatre that protests the policies of democratically ...

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