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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-19082016-152048
Document
Author
Full name
Paola Piovezan Ferro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Betti, Maria Silvia (President)
Guerra, Marco Antonio
Puglia, Daniel
Title in Portuguese
Figurações dramatúrgicas do indivíduo em 'Suppressed desires' (1915), de Susan Glaspell e George Cram Cook, e 'Before breakfast' (1916), de Eugene O'Neill: um recorte analítico da dramaturgia dos The Provincetown Players
Keywords in Portuguese
Little theaters
Provincetown players
Teatro norte-americano
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tem como objetivo analisar a figuração dramatúrgica do indivíduo em duas peças produzidas pelo grupo teatral The Provincetown Players: Suppressed Desires (1915), de Susan Glaspell e George Cram Cook, e Before Breakfast (1916), de Eugene ONeill. Consideramos que o estudo da produção desse grupo norte-americano traz importantes reflexões acerca da representação de questões históricas, políticas e estéticas recentes naquela época , e que vieram a ter desdobramentos em diversas direções no teatro contemporâneo.
Title in English
Dramaturgical figurations of the self in "Suppressed Desires" (1915), by Susan Glaspell and George Cram Cook, and "Before Breakfast" (1916), by Eugene O'Neill: an analytical outline of The Provincetown Players drama
Keywords in English
Little theaters
North-American drama
Provincetown players
Abstract in English
This work aims at analyzing the dramaturgical figurations of the self in two plays produced by The Provincetown Players: Suppressed Desires (1915), by Susan Glaspell and George Cram Cook, and Before Breakfast (1916), by Eugene O'Neill. We believe that the study of the production of this American group introduces important reflections on the representation of historical, political and aesthetic factors recent then , which came to have developments in several directions in contemporary theater.
 
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2016-08-19
 
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