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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52363
Doc. No:TL22317
Call number:‭1460108‬
Main Entry:Linda R. Lewis
Title & Author:Recasting Athol Fugard: Beyond expectationsLinda R. Lewis
College:University of Delaware
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:90
Abstract:Athol Fugard, a South African playwright, is often cited as one whose works exposed to the world the pain and injustice suffered by those caught in apartheid, a social and political system that silenced a large portion of the population in his native country. Because of his identification with apartheid, many came to regard Fugard as a “political playwright.” To interpret his plays in exclusively political terms would grievously diminish full appreciation of his work. Fugard’s plays address not only the very significant political issues of his country, they also reveal much about the dramatist’s life, and they address universal issues to which people of any time or place can relate. This thesis highlights three plays by Athol Fugard - The Blood Knot, “Master Harold”...and the boys, and The Road to Mecca - in an attempt to diffuse preconceived notions of what Athol Fugard is about. He is much more than a “political playwright.” He is a dramatist who will take his place among the notable playwrights in history.
Subject:Communication and the arts; South Africa; Theater; 0465:Theater
Added Entry:K. J. Kerrane
Added Entry:University of Delaware