The Social Significance of Modern Drama
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The Social Significance of Modern Drama

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Written by Emma Goldman.

Applause Books. 5.4x6.3 inches. 192 pages. Published by Applause Books. (HL.00314059)

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Out of print virtually since its completion in 1914, Emma Goldman's pioneer work Social Significance in Modern Drama bridges modern drama and political philosophy, pointing out the road that remains to be travelled toward a theatre of social empowerment. Activist, feminist, philosopher and anarchist, Emma Goldman was a passionate thinker about all things modern when the 20th century was still raw and new. The emergence of her treatise on the theatre after years of obscurity is certain to arouse a new generation of artists and scholars with its timely and provocative vision.

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