Drama for a New South Africa

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Drama for a New South Africa
Author : Nicholas Ellenbogen
File Size : 52,9 Mb
Publisher : Indiana University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 03 October 1999
ISBN : 0253213266
Pages : 228 pages
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"... a solid addition to international drama." —Library Journal Going beyond the parameters of conventional literary drama, these seven new plays express life issues in post-apartheid South Africa—Islamic fundamentalism, women's rights, ecology, Afrikaans culture and the new multi-racial life of the inner city. While theater rooted in the anti-apartheid movement was rich and vibrant, it was also singleminded in focus, obscuring the diversity of South African culture now brought to life in these works.

Drama for a New South Africa

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