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کتاب the growth and nature of DRAMA (دراما اثر کلارک)
1 What is Drama?
2 How it Began
3 Classical Achievement: Ancient Greece
4 Popular Revival : The Middle Ages
5 National Triumph : Elizabethan England
6 Expansion and Experiment : Modern Times
7 Different Traditions: Asia
8 Near Relations
9 Various kinds
10 Why does Drama Exist?
Suggested Plays for Reading
اطلاعاتی درباره کتاب the growth and nature of DRAMA (دراما اثر کلارک)
This book has been written for those who are interested in reading about drama for the first time, and who want to know something more of the meaning and purpose of drama, and of its development in other countries.
It does not tell how to write, produce, or act in a play. Nor does it pretend to give a complete description or history of dramatic art. It intends rather to select certain important periods in the development of drama that seem relevant to the needs of new nations which are developing dramatic traditions of their own.
Thus large areas of drama history have been left untouched. And if it seems that too much emphasis has been placed on British drama, it must be remembered that it is this tradition that has had most influence in Englishspeaking countries. Most of the published plays available in bookshops and most of the plays which can be seen in performance are of British origin.
This does not mean that all drama should copy British, or any other models. On the contrary, until some form can be found that will adequately express African, Indian, or Malaysian ideas and feelings, there will be no real national drama. It may take many years; but the growth must come from the inside, and not be grafted from outside.
It is to be hoped that this book will help those who are keen to develop national drama to realize the important part which drama can play in a civilized society, and to take inspiration and encouragement from the efforts and achievements of other lands where dramatic traditions have been established