Fifteen varied essays discuss the style, language and vision of one of Britain’s most influential and controversial playwrights. Focusing on different aspects of what Barker has called the Theatre of Catastrophe, an international range of academics offer illuminating interpretations of his work. Includes analyses of the political, moral and historical aspects of his writing, its poetry and eroticism, its depiction of the figure of the artist, and Barker’s writing in performance.
|Number of pages||240|
|ISBN (Print)||978-1840026726, 1840026723|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2006|