The Theater of Andrzej Wajda (Directors in Perspective)

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Karpinski provides the first account and critical evaluation of this Polish director's work for the theater, focusing on milestone productions such as his adaptations of Dostoyevsky. Through an analysis of Wajda's aesthetic views and productions, the study also reveals the vital link between his art and contemporary Polish culture. Karpinski is in a unique position to present a comprehensive study of Wajda, since he has collaborated with the director on a number of productions.

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