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Life Themes : Custom Reader for Theatre in Your Life,9780495572220
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Life Themes : Custom Reader for Theatre in Your Life

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780495572220

ISBN10:
0495572225
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/6/2008
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

Life Themes is a drama anthology of 12 plays that can be bundled with the Theatre in Your Life or any Cengage introduction to theatre textbook. Edited by authors Robert Barton and Annie McGregor, this anthology provides complete scripts for the 12 plays that are discussed in Theatre in Your Life's "Dramatic Interlude" sections. The Anthology is set up to mirror the Interludes with 6 Themes (2 plays in each), "Love," "War," "Generations," "Rebellion," "Dreams," and "Values." Each theme includes an introductory paragraph on the topic and why dramatists are drawn to writing about it. For each play, the editors have provided historical context and a brief biography about the playwright.


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