The Dramatica series aims to introduce readers to important areas in the theory and history of theatre, dramatic works and scenic art viewed in a broader cultural and social context, with theatre being understood to be a distinct expression of human creative activity, which has played a pivotal role in the history of society. The series is intended for both university and professional audiences as well as for the general public. Although monographs by Czech specialists in the study of theatre form the basis of the book, translated works by important foreign authors form an integral part of the publication as well.
Melpoména v okovech?

Melpoména v okovech?

Šuman, Záviš

This book, written by Romance studies expert Záviš Šuman and named after Melpomene, a Muse of tragedy and chorus, focuses on the Aristote...

Povahokresba ve francouzské tragédii 17. století

published: august 2019
recommended price: 380 czk

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Gérard de Nerval a jeho dvojenec

Gérard de Nerval a jeho dvojenec

Christov, Petr

Gérard de Nerval, playwright and poet, one of the most significant figures of French romanticism, defies a rigid classification as any tr...

Divadlo francouzského romantismu očima melancholika

published: june 2017
recommended price: 360 czk

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Henrik Ibsen

Henrik Ibsen

de Figueiredo, Ivo

This book, written by Norwegian historian Ivo de Figueiredo, is the newest biography on world-renowned playwright and poet, Henrik Ibsen....

Člověk a maska

published: april 2015
recommended price: 530 czk

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Trial by Theatre

Trial by Theatre

Day, Barbara

The motto Národ sobě – “From the Nation to Itself” – inscribed over the proscenium arch of Prague’s National Theatre symbolizes the impor...

Reports on Czech Drama

published: november 2019
recommended price: 420 czk

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