dramatist : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who writes plays
- Rolf Hochhuth, 75, the prominent German dramatist who , coincidentally, is now staging his own play about Hitler, condemned the movie for "tampering with history.
- N ASKED TO MUSE ON THE avant-garde of the generation before his own, the man who became perhaps the most influential avant-garde dramatist of the 20th century savored the .
- Its cargo: the rapidly decomposing body of Friedrich Schiller poet, philosopher, historian, dramatist and rebel, who had died three days earlier.
News & Articles
- Favorite Things, Colors Help You Cozy Up To Guests
A compliment is something like a kiss through a veil.Victor Hugo (1802 –1885) French poet, novelist and dramatist, "Saint Denis," "Les Miserables" (1862) When first-time visitors come into our homes they will often comment on our spaces, thinking
June 19, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal
- To Error Is Human: The Slapstick Shakespeare in the Park Is Irresistible
'The Comedy of Errors.' (Photo by Joan Marcus) Your stalwart theater reviewer faces a great and ongoing occupational hazard, at which he has from time to time hinted in these pages: he doesn’t really care for Shakespeare. He ought to, he knows—history’s greatest English-language dramatist, timeless lessons and ongoing moral dilemmas, peerless poetry, yada yada—but instead, often, philistinically ...
June 19, 2013 - The New York Observer
- Oliver Stone in CNN Political Ticker
I'm a dramatist who is interested in people, and I have empathy for Bush as a human being, much the same as I did for Castro, Nixon, Jim Morrison, Jim Garrison and Alexander the Great,Stone said.
- Vaclav Havel in Sydney Morning Herald
Former Czech president Vaclav Havel , meanwhile, said Pinter had been an inspiration in the struggle against communist rule, describing him as an "outstanding dramatist whom I have admired since my youth."