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Author Kott, Jan.

Title Theatre notebook, 1947-1967 / translated from the Polish by Boleslaw Taborski.

Imprint Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1968.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Special Collections Baron Collection  792.04 K848t c.2  ---  Lib Use Only
Edition 1st ed.
Description xiv, 268 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents A genealogy of contemporary Polish drama -- Primitive and modern -- A romantic prologue -- Masquerade and reality -- "Ah, those are the robber books" -- "Why don't you want to write about it, gentlemen?" -- "Let the Poles pray, respect the Czar, and believe in God..." -- Fredro, or the national comedy -- Wyspianski with a very Polish finale -- My lady's visit -- "Morning star disperses monsters" -- Smoky stove and the Poles -- "I've no dresses, I put on what I can find" -- How much does a new pair of shoes cost? -- Durrenmatt -- The devil's logic -- Ida Kaminska's Mother Courage -- Irena Eichler's Mother Courage -- Brecht's Arturo Ui -- Holoubek, or the actor -- Oedipus in prose -- An unexpected Racine -- Ivona comes of age -- A very Polish card index -- Mrozek's family -- In the Chinese theatre -- Obraztzov and the puppets -- Raikin -- Know'st thou the land... -- The return of the harlequin -- Italian journal, 1962 -- At night -- A little treatise on eroticism -- Medea at Pescara -- Encounters, 1965 -- Happenings in Edinburgh, 1963 -- Marceau, or the creation of the world -- Strange thoughts about Kafka -- A note on Beckett's realism -- On the relevance of Moliere -- Theatre and literature.
Subject Theater.

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