Three plays: The hostage, Crusts, The humiliation of the father by Paul Claudel

This collection of three plays offers a deep exploration of human emotions, societal norms and familial relationships. The first play, 'The Hostage', revolves around the complexities of love and sacrifice. The second play, 'Crusts', delves into the struggles of poverty and the human spirit's resilience. The final play, 'The Humiliation of the Father', portrays the dynamics of a dysfunctional family and the impact of parental behaviour on children. Each play, while distinct in their narratives, collectively provides a profound commentary on human nature and society.

The 3113th greatest book of all time


Published
1912
Nationality
French
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
French

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