Tragedy and Liminality: from Oral Tradition to Playtext in two Dramas by WB Yeats

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Abstract

This colloquium paper was presented at the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, in partnership with Professor Joachim Fiebach (Freien Universität Berlin). The colloquium explored the incorporation of oral epic material into drama, using selected works of W.B. Yeats and Wole Soyinka to illustrate the application of post-colonial theory to drama and theatrical performance.
LanguageEnglish
TypeColloquium: Post-Colonial Dramas of Europe and Africa
Publication statusPublished - 8 Feb 2000

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Tragedy
W. B. Yeats
Liminality
Drama
Oral Tradition
Colloquium
Postcolonial Theory
Epic
Wole Soyinka

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2000, Colloquium: Post-Colonial Dramas of Europe and Africa.

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