Table of contents for Modern tragedy / Raymond Williams ; edited by Pamela McCallum.


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Acknowledgments Introduction: Reading Modern Tragedy in the Twenty-First Century A Note on the Text Modern Tragedy Foreword Part One: Tragic Ideas 1. Tragedy and Experience 2. Tragedy and the Tradition 3. Tragedy and Contemporary Ideas 4. Tragedy and Revolution 5. Continuity Part Two: Modern Tragic Literature 1. From Hero to Victim: The Making of a Liberal Tragedy, to Ibsen and Miller 2. Private Tragedy: Strindberg, O'Neill, Tennessee Williams 3. Social and Personal Tragedy: Tolstoy and Lawrence 4. Tragic Deadlock and Stalemate: Chekhov, Pirandello, Ionesco, Beckett 5. Tragic Resignation and Sacrifice: Eliot and Pasternak 6. Tragic Despair and Revolt: Camus and Sartre 7. A Rejection of Tragedy: Brecht Works Cited and Further Reading Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Tragedy -- History and criticism.
Tragic, The.