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Play-Making: A Manual of Craftsmanship - Crafting Compelling Dramas: A Guide to Playwriting Techniques - cover

Play-Making: A Manual of Craftsmanship - Crafting Compelling Dramas: A Guide to Playwriting Techniques

William Archer

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

In William Archer's 'Play-Making: A Manual of Craftsmanship', readers are introduced to a comprehensive guide on the art of playwriting. The book delves into the technical aspects of crafting a successful play, including discussions on plot development, character building, and dialogue. Archer's writing style is clear and concise, making this manual accessible to aspiring playwrights and seasoned professionals alike. 'Play-Making' is a valuable resource for those interested in honing their craft and understanding the nuances of creating compelling theatrical works. The book provides practical advice and insights that can enhance the reader's understanding of the theatrical landscape and help them navigate the complexities of playwriting with confidence and skill.
Available since: 11/25/2019.
Print length: 305 pages.

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