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The Two faces of Ionesco

Author: Rosette C Lamont; Melvin J Friedman; Eugène Ionesco
Publisher: Troy, N.Y. : Whitston Pub. Co., 1978.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Eugène Ionesco; Eugène Ionesco; Eugène Ionesco
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rosette C Lamont; Melvin J Friedman; Eugène Ionesco
ISBN: 0878751106 9780878751105
OCLC Number: 3804820
Description: xxiii, 283 p., [2] leaves of plates : ports. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Peyre, H. Foreword.--Lamont, R.C. Introductory remarks to Eugene Ionesco's "Why do I write?".--Ionesco, E. Why do I write? a summing up; translated by R.C. Lamont.--Eliade, M. Eugene Ionesco and "La nostalgie du paradis".--Lamont, R.C. Father of the man.--Morrissette, B.A "lost" play by Ionesco: La nièce-épouse.--Rainof, A. Ionesco and the film of the twenties and thirties: from Groucho to Harpo.--Benamou, M. Philology can lead to the worst.--Malin, I. The fragments of Eugene Ionesco.--Brée, G. Ionesco's later plays: experiments in dramatic form.--Swanson, R.A. Ionesco's classical absurdity.--Champigny. R. Designation and gesture in The chairs.--Fletcher, J. "A psychology based on antagonism:" Ionesco, Pinter, Albee, and others.--Hunger and thirst: a conversation with Simone Benmussa and an analysis.--Kern, E. Macbett in the light of Verfremdung.--Ionesco, E. Towards a dream theatre; translated by R.C. Lamont.--Lamont, R.C. L'homme aux valises; Ionesco's absolute stranger.
Responsibility: [edited] by Rosette C. Lamont and Melvin J. Friedman.

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