Michael McAteer Yeats and European Drama

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Michael McAteer examines the plays of W. B. Yeats, considering their place in European theater during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. This original study considers the relationship Yeats's work bore with those of the foremost dramatists of the period, drawing comparisons with Henrik Ibsen, Maurice Maeterlinck, August Strindberg, Luigi Pirandello and Ernst Toller. It also shows how his plays addressed developments in theater at the time, with regard to the Naturalist, Symbolist, Surrealist and Expressionist movements, and how symbolism identified Yeats's ideas concerning labor, commerce and social alienation. This book is invaluable to graduates and academics studying Yeats but also provides a fascinating account for those in Irish studies and in the wider field of drama.

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The plays of W. B. Yeats reflect both developments in European theatre during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and also the author's ideas concerning labour, commerce and social alienation. Michael McAteer considers these works alongside those of the foremost dramatists of the period.

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Michael McAteer is a lecturer at the School of English, Queen's University Belfast.

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