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Book details
  • Genre:DRAMA
  • SubGenre:Continental European
  • Language:English
  • Pages:64
  • eBook ISBN:9781483506043

Love Me But Do Not Fall In Love With Me. Contemporary Absurd Theater

by Ana Maria Ducuta

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Overview

My first Ebook focuses on how absurdism can be transformed by spirituality and if this transformation annihilates or emphasizes  the nihilist dimension of absurdism. I have reinterpreted the classical concepts of existential absurd literature by adding a spiritual dimension to it. 

Description

My theater of the absurd is the space where completely empty and lost characters come to find a new meaning and an explanation that helps them to transcend the initial stage of absurdism to the final stage of self-aware absurdism that can be assumed and dealt with as a second personality and as an alternative to an irrational universe that rejects them.

About the author

Ana Maria Ducuta has graduated the Faculty of Political Science in English, University of Bucharest. Right now she is pursuing a master degree in International Relations and one in Comparative Politics.She had presented and later produced a radio show for children at a local radio station, and another one for teenagers during highschool. She played in various plays in French and English during high school and attended international theater festivals in Spain, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Romania.She is a contributor to One Europe magazine where she writes political and cultural articles and also to the Center for European Policy Evaluation Romania. She is fluent in English, French and Italian.

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