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Theatre of Catastrophe: New Essays on Howard Barker Paperback – 30 Jun 2006
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25 January 2007
Howard Barker is something of a cult figure among the British dramatists of his generation. A crucial influence on dramatists like Sarah Kane and Mark Ravenhill, he is surprisingly, much less known by the general theatre going public. This volume of essays by well-respected academics in the field will do much to make the range of his work much better known and understood, while also serving as a valuable and timely resource for students studying his work