Akshit Asked a Question
May 14, 2020 5:54 pmpts 30 pts
sir do tell about poetic drama , one act play ,absurd play . it's writers & works
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  • Akshit
    apart from these do tell important dramatist & their works from modern age
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  • Deb halder Halder
    theatre of the absurd is coined by Martin Esslin. absurdity as a concept is being talked about by many philosophers especially Camus and Sartre
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  • Akshit
    sir theatre of absurd was coined by Albert Camus or Essin. bit confused ?
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    Deb halder Halder
    Theatre of the Absurd is coined by Martin Esslin, Albert Camus and Sartre and other philophers talked about absurdity of life in general
  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
    radio plays are written by many dramatists of the modern age. these plays were not originally supposed to be enacted on stage, but to be broascatsed on radio.
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    Akshit
    can u name some radio plays sir ?
  • Deb halder Halder thankyou
      Social Problem Plays: Deals with social problems – theatre for the sake of societal concerns Ibsen started the genre of Problem plays in modern theatre Imbibed by George Bern...
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    when one talks about social problem plays, one can even trace back to Shakespeare and Ben Jonson as they too dealt with social problems in their plays and worked with the model of ...
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    Absurd: ·        The term 'The Theatre of the Absurd' is coined by Martin Esslin for a number of playwrights writing in the middle decades of the twentieth century ·        Samu...
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    Deb halder Halder
    Even Osborne's LOOK BACK IN ANGER is also considered by many as an absurd play.
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    Poetic Drama:   Poetic Drama is a distinct genre of theatre where the essence of the drama is such that it reaches the sublime beauty of poetry. Tennyson Queen Mary, Harold Beck...
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  • Akshit
    do tell about social drama & radio play also
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    Deb halder Halder
     A Comedy of Danger by Richard Hughes
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    One Act Play: One-act play is a play that has only one act, as distinct from plays that occur over several acts. One-act plays may consist of one or more scenes. The origin of th...
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    another famous example is J. M SYNGE's play RIDERS TO THE SEA which deals with Aran Islands and Irish Revivalist movement