The postwar theater in Britain has taken revolutionary steps, offering a wide spectrum of new drama ranging from Harold Pinter's absurdist dramas to Alan Ayckbourn's domestic comedies. Many playwrights from this period have taken bold initiatives to bring theater closer to "real life," while others have shown us the ridiculous.
This DLB volume takes up where Volume 10 leaves off, offering a gold mine of information on British dramatists who continue to enrich and change the world of theater.
"It is hands-down the best overall literary reference work ever published, a proverbial diamond as big as the Ritz..."
-- Library Journal (June 15, 2006)
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