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Four full-length plays by Sa'dallah Wannous, the leading Syrian dramatist of the twentieth century, published in English for the first time: Rituals of Signs and Transformations, The Evening Party for the Fifth of June, The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's Head, and The Drunken Days. Together they represent three decades of Wannous's remarkable career and indicate the range Four full-length plays by Sa'dallah Wannous, the leading Syrian dramatist of the twentieth century, published in English for the first time: Rituals of Signs and Transformations, The Evening Party for the Fifth of June, The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's Head, and The Drunken Days. Together they represent three decades of Wannous's remarkable career and indicate the range of his political, social, personal, and metatheatrical contributions to modern drama.


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Four full-length plays by Sa'dallah Wannous, the leading Syrian dramatist of the twentieth century, published in English for the first time: Rituals of Signs and Transformations, The Evening Party for the Fifth of June, The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's Head, and The Drunken Days. Together they represent three decades of Wannous's remarkable career and indicate the range Four full-length plays by Sa'dallah Wannous, the leading Syrian dramatist of the twentieth century, published in English for the first time: Rituals of Signs and Transformations, The Evening Party for the Fifth of June, The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's Head, and The Drunken Days. Together they represent three decades of Wannous's remarkable career and indicate the range of his political, social, personal, and metatheatrical contributions to modern drama.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Val Timke

    I only read "The Adventure of Mamluk Jaber's Head." It had some really interesting concepts and I'm surprised it's not more prevalent. I only read "The Adventure of Mamluk Jaber's Head." It had some really interesting concepts and I'm surprised it's not more prevalent.

  2. 4 out of 5

    hayley

    read An Evening Party for the Fifth of June and The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's head for my theatre studies class, i really enjoyed them, his style is very engaging and impactful read An Evening Party for the Fifth of June and The Adventure of the Mamluk Jaber's head for my theatre studies class, i really enjoyed them, his style is very engaging and impactful

  3. 5 out of 5

    Justin Smith

    I only read "The Evening Party for the Fifth of June." It was odd, and sad. I only read "The Evening Party for the Fifth of June." It was odd, and sad.

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    Diana

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