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Edward Bond and the dramatic child : Edward Bond's plays for young people

Author: David Davis
Publisher: Stoke on Trent, UK ; Sterling, VA : Trentham Books, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A discussion of some of Edward Bond's important plays for young people, offering case studies of various productions of them. The text should be of interest to those who work in drama with young  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Named Person: Edward Bond; Edward Bond; Edward Bond
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Davis
ISBN: 9781858563121 1858563127
OCLC Number: 53871511
Notes: Includes filmography.
Description: xix, 224 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Something of myself / Edward Bond --
Building the common future: Edward Bond and the rhythms of learning / Tony Coult --
Alienation is the 'Theatre of Auschwitz' : an exploration of form in Edward Bond's theatre / Kate Katafiasz --
Edward Bond and the Big Brum plays / Chris Cooper --
Drama devices / Edward Bond --
The sheet of glass : a drama project by Tameside schools on an Edward Bond poem / John Doona --
Arguments with authority --
the making of 'Tuesday' / Tony Coult --
Imagination and self in Edward Bond's work / Bill Roper --
'The children' / David Allen --
Edward Bond and drama in education / David Davis --
Appended letters by Edward Bond on the tragic, the comic, the self, the theatre event, the invisible object and Brecht.
Other Titles: Edward Bond's plays for young people
Responsibility: edited by David Davis.
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"This excellent and extremely timely book collects compelling, insightful and groundbreaking new pieces, and Bond's chapter - Something of Myself - acts as the reference point for the 'map' that Read more...

 
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