5 edition of Odets, the playwright found in the catalog.
|Series||Modern theatre profiles, A Methuen paperback|
|LC Classifications||PS3529.D46 Z9 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||85176840|
This study takes a different approach to the work of poet-playwright Clifford Odets. Rather than focusing on biographical and political factors surrounding his works, Cantor provides a close reading of 11 of Odets' plays as a whole, grounding his study within an analysis of themes common to each text. While granting emphasis to Odets' poetic style, Cantor gives due notice to Odets. In the book, Odets combines clinical analysis with powerful and moving personal stories - of friends and patients, and of his own, including loss of the love of his life to AIDS - to illustrate how childhood, adolescent, and adult stigmatization and trauma shape the trajectories of gay men's lives. Walt Odets is the son of the playwright.
Odets’s Out of the Shadows: Reimagining Gay Men’s Lives (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, June) takes an expansive, heartfelt look at gay male identity and experience.. Your first book, In the. Clifford Odets, one of the 20th century's leading American playwrights, was a fervent believer in democracy and the human ability to overcome obstacles. Yet his legacy has been overshadowed by persistent attempts to read him as a thoroughly political playwright. This new consideration reads his career—the work itself and the conditions of its invention—as cultural creations in a time of.
That Odets goes to such depths about HIV is one heartbeat in a book full of heart. Reading it, I was reminded of a review of an AIDS-related film that appeared in The New York Times this year. “The AIDS crisis,” the review begins, “which will remain a global crisis until a definitive cure for the disease is found, is no longer at the. “Odets presents an often harrowing picture of frailty and vulnerability on a massive scale, and his book is a much-needed corrective to the complacent view that everything is basically O.K. in the domain of gay men’s safer sex education.
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Odets, perhaps more than any other playwright of his time, placed "the little guy" the playwright book the center of the tragic form.
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Margaret Brenman-Gibson was the perfect person to write this amazing book. She knew Odets personally, as her husband (the playwright William Gibson) was a student of his at The Actors Studio.
She was a therapist married to an artist, so she brings an amazingly insightful perspective to Cited by: 6. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Odets. Reprint. Originally published: Clifford Odets, playwright. New York: Pegasus, Clifford Odets, (born JPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died AugHollywood, California), leading dramatist of the theatre of social protest in the United States during the s.
His important affiliation with the celebrated Group Theatre contributed to that company’s considerable influence on the American stage. From to Odets learned his profession as. Clifford Odets (J Aug ) was an American playwright, screenwriter, and director. Odets was born in Philadelphia to Louis Odets (born Gorodetsky) and Pearl Geisinger, Russian- and Odets immigrants, and raised in Philadelphia and the Bronx, New York.
He dropped out of high school after two years to become an actor/5. Walt Odets (born February 4, ) is a clinical psychologist and author who has written about the early development, psychological and social experiences of gay men and their communities.
His earlier writing focused on the lives of men living in and surviving the early AIDS epidemic. The spring issue of Positive Impact Journal called Odets "an important voice in the AIDS education and Born: February 4, (age 72), Los Angeles, California.
Note: Odets’s book is focused on gay males so I will use the word gay rather than the more inclusive LGBTQ. I cannot do this book justice with this review. In fact, I cannot do it justice with a single reading. As I read, I was aware that Odets was writing about something that would take a lifetime to undo and to reimagine—my own life as well as the life of countless gay men born into a /5.
Vintage black-and-white still photograph from the Broadway premiere of Clifford Odets' dark social drama, set in Staten Island, this image showing leads Tallulah Bankhead and Joseph Schildkraut.
On the verso is a very detailed mimeo snipe prominently mentioning Odets as the playwright, and stampedtwo days prior to the opening of the.
This study takes a different approach to the work of poet-playwright Clifford Odets. Rather than focusing on biographical and political factors surrounding his works, Cantor provides a close reading of 11 of Odets' plays as a whole, grounding his study within an analysis of themes common to each : $ Odets and his close friends and lovers should serve as an inspiration to many gay men, as well as a reminder of what might be the book’s most enduring message.
‘All the diverse forms that true gay life has improvised,’ Odets writes, ‘constitute a special universe that should not be relinquished to meet the expectations of a pathological.
Weales, Gerald: Clifford Odets: Playwright. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in Based on exhaustive research, including access to his personal papers, plus her own insights into the man and his career, it is at last back in prtin.
The book is richly annotated, with a thorough bibliography, personal chronology, a list of Odets' works, published and unpublished, and a section of rare : Margaret Brenman-Gibson. The model for the idealistic titular playwright in the Coen brothers' film "Barton Fink," Odets is considered the defining American playwright of the s and revered as one of drama's greatest crusaders for social justice.
Book jacket/back: Clifford Odets is considered the most gifted American social protest dramatist of the thirties and certainly one of America's great playwrights. Odets was born in Philadelphia in and raised in the Bronx, New York. After joining the Group Theatre inhe wrote his six best and most famous plays, included in this by: 3.
Clifford Odets: American Playwright is an exhaustive history, probing psychoanalysis and dramatic entertainment - all the things Odets himself was. The biography is richly annotated, with a thorough bibliography, personal chronology and list of Odets works, published and unpublished.
It also includes a section of rare photographs of the playwright and his various influential circles. Clifford Odets, acclaimed In the mid‐thirties as “a new dramatist of exciting possibilities” for his plays of social unrest, is enjoying a post‐mortem revival as an exciting playwright of.
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Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today. First time visiting Audible. Get this book free when you sign up for a day Trial. Clifford Odets (J – Aug )  was an American playwright, screenwriter, and was widely seen as successor to Nobel Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill as O'Neill began to retire from Broadway's commercial pressures and increasing critical opprobrium in the mids.
 From early on, Odets' socially relevant dramas proved extremely influential.Walt Odets is a clinical psychologist in private practice who has worked with and written about the psychological, developmental and social lives of gay men for more than three decades.
His seminal book, In the Shadow of the Epidemic: Being HIV-Negative in the Age of AIDS, which Duke University Press published inwas selected by The New.Signed presentation from the American playwright, screenwriter, and director, Clifford Odets (Ð) to Betsy Drake ( Ð ) American actress and writer (also known for being the third wife of actor Cary Grant), "Dear Betsy, for a bright New Year, and affectionately, Clifford Odets".
Very slight rubbing, otherwise very good+. Signedes.