Discovering Great Plays: As Literature and as Philosophy, Leonard Peikoff
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Discovering Great Plays: As Literature and as Philosophy

Author: Leonard Peikoff

Narrator: Robertson Dean

Unabridged: 13 hr 49 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Published: 08/01/2018

Genre: Literary Criticism - Drama


Based on a series of lectures by Leonard Peikoff and edited by Marlene Trollope, Discovering Great Plays provides the ability to understand, judge, and savor the values offered by great drama. Listeners will discover plot-theme as the key to a play; see Antigone as a great heroine and Iago as the darkest villain in literature; learn about the Cornelian hero; see how Schillers Grand Inquisitor scene is the most dramatic and philosophic in all of theater; and discover Shaws brilliance in presenting the genius against society.Plays discussed include: Antigone by Sophocles; Othello by Shakespeare; Le Cid by Corneille; Don Carlos by Schiller; An Enemy of the People by Ibsen; Saint Joan by Shaw; Monna Vanna by Maeterlinck, and Cyrano de Bergerac by Rostand.

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