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Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Major Plays


Tom Stoppard: The Moral Vision of the Major Plays

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    Paul DeLaney
Spanning Stoppard's career from "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" (1967) to "Hapgood" (1988), this study shows his development in the author from moral affirmation to moral application, from the assertion of moral principles to the enactment of moral practice. Using Stoppard's words in a number of interviews as a starting point, the author shows how the major plays bear out Stoppard's contention that he "tries to be consistent about morality". The text is accompanied by a bibliography and discography of Stoppard interviews (over 200 including print and broadcast sources).   show more
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  • PDF | 202 pages
  • Paul DeLaney
  • MacMillan Publishing Company
  • Unknown
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