This essay analyzes Hardy’s rarely discussed epic-drama, The Dynasts, especially in relation to trends in the early twentieth-century drama. Hardy’s work is a hybrid of epic, drama, and lyric and was, at the time, thought to be unstageable.
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Flynn, Suzanne J. “Theatre of the Mind: Hardy the Dynasts and the Question of Form.” Upstage: A Journal of Turn-of-the-Century Theatre 5 (2013).
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