What does being canonic mean for a dramatic text? Why is a text such as "Six characters in Search of an Author, a text that broke radically with the traditional structure of drama, expressing the crisis within fundamental categories of Westernthought, considered canonic? The author analyses the problem in two joint-text essays that accompany Pirandello's work, from the perspectives of ideas and that of the history of the dramatic form and performance: "inside the text" and "staging".The book is the first of a series of volumes designed to put together the pieces of an open mosaic, which has contributed significantly to the building and expression of the European consciousness.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Luigi Pirandello: Sei personaggi in cerca d'autore|
|Numero di pagine||64|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2007|
|Nome||Canon of European Drama/ Canone teatrale europeo|
- Six Characters in Seurch of an author