Look Back in Anger

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Adı:
Look Back in Anger
Baskı tarihi:
Kasım 1982
Sayfa sayısı:
96
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140481754
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United States of America
Yayınevi:
Penguin Books Publishing
Baskılar:
Öfke
Look Back in Anger
Electrifying in its urgency, cauterizing in its wit, this play blasted a gaping hole in the conventions of British drama.

Jimmy Porter plays trumpet badly. He browbeats his flatmate, terrorizes his wife, and is not above sleeping with her best friend-who loathes Jimmy almost as much as he loathes himself. Yet this working-class Hamlet, the original Angry Young Man, is one of the most mesmerizing characters ever to burst onto a stage, a malevolently vital, volcanically articulate internal exile in the dreary, dreaming Siberia of postwar England.

First produced in 1956, Look Back in Anger launched a revolution in the English theater. Savagely, sadly, and always impolitely, it compels readers and audiences to acknowledge the hidden currents of rottenness and rage in what used to be called "the good life."
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Adı:
Look Back in Anger
Baskı tarihi:
Kasım 1982
Sayfa sayısı:
96
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140481754
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United States of America
Yayınevi:
Penguin Books Publishing
Baskılar:
Öfke
Look Back in Anger
Electrifying in its urgency, cauterizing in its wit, this play blasted a gaping hole in the conventions of British drama.

Jimmy Porter plays trumpet badly. He browbeats his flatmate, terrorizes his wife, and is not above sleeping with her best friend-who loathes Jimmy almost as much as he loathes himself. Yet this working-class Hamlet, the original Angry Young Man, is one of the most mesmerizing characters ever to burst onto a stage, a malevolently vital, volcanically articulate internal exile in the dreary, dreaming Siberia of postwar England.

First produced in 1956, Look Back in Anger launched a revolution in the English theater. Savagely, sadly, and always impolitely, it compels readers and audiences to acknowledge the hidden currents of rottenness and rage in what used to be called "the good life."

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