The Independent Monologue in Latin American Theater: A Primary Bibliography with Selective Secondary Sources by Duane RhoadesThe Independent Monologue in Latin American Theater: A Primary Bibliography with Selective Secondary Sources by Duane Rhoades

The Independent Monologue in Latin American Theater: A Primary Bibliography with Selective…

byDuane Rhoades

Hardcover | December 1, 1985

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Following an outline history of the monologue as an independent genre in the theater of Latin America, this bibliography incorporates all published and unpublished, staged and unstaged monologue pieces written in Latin America. The bibliographical entries are grouped in three chronological periods reflecting the fundamentally distinct nature of the monolgue during each of its periods of development. Within each grouping, the plays are listed alphabetically by author under an alphabetical roster of country headings. Each playwright's years of birth and death are given, if known, as well as the country of origin if that differs from the geographical category into which the dramatist has been placed. All known editions of the monologues are included. For unpublished works, an abbreviated reference source is given. Each title is followed by the generic description applied to the work by the author or publisher, or by reviewers or historians in the case of unpublished pieces. The secondary bibliography lists works which deal with the monologue as a literary genre.
Title:The Independent Monologue in Latin American Theater: A Primary Bibliography with Selective…Format:HardcoverDimensions:242 pages, 9.46 × 6.38 × 1.05 inPublished:December 1, 1985Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313250804

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