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By K. Gritzner

Adorno and glossy Theatre explores the drama of Edward Bond, David Rudkin, Howard Barker and Sarah Kane within the context of the paintings of best thinker Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969). The booklet engages with key ideas of Adorno's aesthetic thought and cultural critique and examines their impact on a new release of seminal post-war dramatists.

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