Modernity, Community, and Place in Brian Friel's Drama by Richard Rankin Russell

By Richard Rankin Russell

Modernity, group, and position in Brian Friel’s Drama indicates how the prime Irish playwright explores a sequence of dynamic actual and highbrow environments, charting the influence of modernity on rural tradition and at the imagined groups he strives to create among readers, and script, actors and audience.

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