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David Greig: Kürese l Sorunlara Bölgesel Yanıtlar

DAVID GREIG: GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND REGIONAL RESPONSES

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Abstract (2. Language): 
Parallel to the UK, the last decade in Scotland has been a remarkably productive period for new writing for the stage thus this paper draws the attention to a Scottish playwright David Greig who has become an international success before long and his play The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union (1999) which exemplifies the flourishing artistic practice in Scotland as a regional response in an age of global challenges.
Abstract (Original Language): 
İngiltere'ye parallel olarak, geçtiğimiz on yılda, İskoçya'da pek çok tiyatro oyunu yazılmıştır. Bu çalışma uluslararası tiyatro alanında başarı göstermiş 'yeni dönem' İskoç oyun yazarı David Greig ve 1999 yılında yazdığı The Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union isimli oyununa dikkat çekmektedir. Greig, İskoçya'da sanat adına büyük adım atan yeni dönem oyun yazarlarını temsil ederken, günümüz küresel sorunlarını bölgesel yaklaşımlarla çözmektedir.

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