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Genre/Form: Adaptations
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; Anton Pavlovich Chekhov; Anton P Čechov
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Douglas Clayton; Yana Meerzon
ISBN: 9780415509695 0415509696 9780203105221 0203105222
OCLC Number: 764304936
Description: xviii, 316 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Diagnosis and Balagan: the poetics of Chekhov's drama / J. Douglas Clayton --
Rewriting Chekhov in Russia today: questioning a fragmented society and finding new aesthetic reference points / Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu --
The flight of the dead bird: Chekhov's The seagull and Williams's The notebook of Trigorin / Maria Ignatieva --
Talking and walking past each other: Chekhovian "echoes" in Czech drama and theatre / Veronika Ambros --
Howard Barker's (Uncle) Vanya: Chekhov shaken, not stirred / Charles Lamb --
Transtextual crossbreeds in post-communist context: an anthropological analysis of Horia Gârbea's The seagull from the cherry orchard / Diana Manole --
Chekhov in the age of globalization: Janusz Glowacki's The fourth sister / Magda Romanska --
Theatre and subaltern histories: Chekhov adaptation in post-colonial India / Bishnupriya Dutt --
What comes "after Chekhov"? Mustapha Matura and west Indian reiterations of Three sisters / Victoria Pettersen Lantz --
From Moscow to Ballybeg: Brian Friel's richly metabiotic relationship with Anton Chekhov / Martine Pelletier --
Daniel Veronese's "proyecto Chéjov": translation in performance as radical rationality / Jean Graham-Jones --
Canadian Chekhovs: three very different mutations / James McKinnon --
The work of the theatre: the Wooster group adapts to Chekhov's Three sisters in Fish story / Sheila Rabillard --
The Japanization of Chekhov: contemporary Japanese adaptations of Three sisters / Yasushi Nagata --
Interrogating the real: Chekhov's cinema of verbatim. "Ward number six" in Karen Shakhnazarov's 2009 film adaptation / Yana Meerzon.
Series Title: Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies, 23.
Responsibility: edited by J. Douglas Clayton and Yana Meerzon.
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