Drama Criticism : Developments since Ibsen
Part of the Casebooks series series
This volume present important studies in dramatic and theatre criticism as developed in the English-speaking world since the late nineteenth century.
Part One, Prologue, gives key statements from Aristotle to Ibsen.
Part Two, Plays and Players, covers the broad spectrum of journalistic and academic criticism, new production methods and theories, and new playwriting techniques during this century.
Part Three, The Drama Critic, offers significant insights into the role of the critic.