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Mahesh Elkunchwar,Manjula Padmanabham,Shanta Gokhale

Published by Seagull Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170462304 ISBN 13: 9788170462309

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 2004. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Three plays in the naturalistic mode, set within the four walls of a city apartment, throwing people into close contact, relationships unravelling under pressure, the moment of crisis in each case precipitated by an absent presence who is never seen on stage. Intense human dramas, each one, reflecting the claustrophobic lives of their urban characters. In Mahesh Elkunchwar?s Party, translated by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, members of the ?creative? set are depicted with their pretensions, rivalries and frustrations, in the social milieu of a party. Even as they laugh and drink they are stalked like a guilty conscience by the absence of Amrit, the only one of them who chose to commit to a political cause and join the marginalized tribals to fight for their rights. Avinash, written and translated by leading theatre scholar and critic, Shanta Gokhale, is an intense family drama in which the tensions between various members of a middle-class family escalate to a tragic climax. Avinash, a depressive alcoholic, invisible throughout, is yet the central presence in the drama. His mysterious death triggers off harsh inter-personal conflicts in the rest of the family. In Lights Out by Manjula Padmanabhan, whose plays in English have received much attention, the daily mystery of heart-rending screams from a woman who is never seen but is in obvious pain, destroys the fabric of domesticity of a middle-class couple, divided in their response to her anguish. Printed Pages: 202. Seller Inventory # 4365

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Mahesh Elkunchwar,Manjula Padmanabham,Shanta Gokhale

Published by Seagull Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170462304 ISBN 13: 9788170462309

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 2004. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Three plays in the naturalistic mode, set within the four walls of a city apartment, throwing people into close contact, relationships unravelling under pressure, the moment of crisis in each case precipitated by an absent presence who is never seen on stage. Intense human dramas, each one, reflecting the claustrophobic lives of their urban characters. In Mahesh Elkunchwar’s Party, translated by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, members of the ‘creative’ set are depicted with their pretensions, rivalries and frustrations, in the social milieu of a party. Even as they laugh and drink they are stalked like a guilty conscience by the absence of Amrit, the only one of them who chose to commit to a political cause and join the marginalized tribals to fight for their rights. Avinash, written and translated by leading theatre scholar and critic, Shanta Gokhale, is an intense family drama in which the tensions between various members of a middle-class family escalate to a tragic climax. Avinash, a depressive alcoholic, invisible throughout, is yet the central presence in the drama. His mysterious death triggers off harsh inter-personal conflicts in the rest of the family. In Lights Out by Manjula Padmanabhan, whose plays in English have received much attention, the daily mystery of heart-rending screams from a woman who is never seen but is in obvious pain, destroys the fabric of domesticity of a middle-class couple, divided in their response to her anguish. Printed Pages: 202. Seller Inventory # 4365

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Mahesh Elkunchwar,Manjula Padmanabham,Shanta Gokhale

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 2004. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Three plays in the naturalistic mode, set within the four walls of a city apartment, throwing people into close contact, relationships unravelling under pressure, the moment of crisis in each case precipitated by an absent presence who is never seen on stage. Intense human dramas, each one, reflecting the claustrophobic lives of their urban characters. In Mahesh Elkunchwar’s Party, translated by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, members of the ‘creative’ set are depicted with their pretensions, rivalries and frustrations, in the social milieu of a party. Even as they laugh and drink they are stalked like a guilty conscience by the absence of Amrit, the only one of them who chose to commit to a political cause and join the marginalized tribals to fight for their rights. Avinash, written and translated by leading theatre scholar and critic, Shanta Gokhale, is an intense family drama in which the tensions between various members of a middle-class family escalate to a tragic climax. Avinash, a depressive alcoholic, invisible throughout, is yet the central presence in the drama. His mysterious death triggers off harsh inter-personal conflicts in the rest of the family. In Lights Out by Manjula Padmanabhan, whose plays in English have received much attention, the daily mystery of heart-rending screams from a woman who is never seen but is in obvious pain, destroys the fabric of domesticity of a middle-class couple, divided in their response to her anguish. Printed Pages: 202. Seller Inventory # 4365

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Mahesh Elkunchwar; Shanta Gokhale and Manjula Padmanabhan

Published by Seagull Books, Calcutta (2000)

ISBN 10: 8170462304 ISBN 13: 9788170462309

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About this Item: Seagull Books, Calcutta, 2000. Paperback. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents 1. Three little slices of Indian urban life/Mahesh Dattani. 2. Introduction to the first edition of Party/Samik Bandyopadhyay. 3. Director's note/Amol Palekar. 4. Party/Mahesh Elkunchwar. 5. A note on translating Avinash/Shanta Gokhale. 6. Preface to the first edition of Avinash/Shanta Gokhale. 7. Avinash/Shanta Gokhale. 8. Lights out/Manjula Padmanabhan. Three plays in the naturalistic mode set within the four walls of a city apartment throwing people into close contact relationships unravelling under pressure the moment of crisis in each case precipitated by an absent presence who is never seen on stage. Intense human dramas each one reflecting the claustrophobic lives of their urban characters. In Mahesh Elkunchwar's Party translated by Ashish Rajad Hyaksha members of the creative set are depicted with their pretensions rivalries and frustrations in the social milieu of a party. Even as they laugh and drink they are stalked like a guilty conscience by the absence of Amrit the only one of them who chose to commit to a political cause and join the marginalized tribals to fight for their rights. Avinash written and translated by leading theatre scholar and critic Shanta Gokhale is an intense family drama in which the tensions between various members of a middle class family escalate to a tragic climax. Avinash a depressive alcoholic invisible throughout is yet the central presence in the drama. His mysterious death triggers off harsh inter personal conflicts in the rest of the family. In Lights Out by Manjula Padmanabhan whose plays in English have received much attention the daily mystery of heart rending screams from a women who is never seen but is in obvious pain destroys the fabric of domesticity of a middle class couple divided in their response to her anguish. 190 pp. Seller Inventory # 53782

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Mahesh Elkunchwar; Manjula Padmanabhan; Shanta Gokhale

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Mahesh Elkunchwar, Manjula Padmanabhan, Shanta Gokhale, Mahesh Dattani (Introduction)

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