Teatralnaya Laboratoriya - Vadim Maksimov - Books

Books

  • Introduction into the system of Antonin Artaud. St. Petersburg, 1998. ISBN 978-5-89332-011-4.
  • The century of Antonin Artaud. St. Petersburg, 2005. ISBN 978-5-87417-191-9.
  • The aesthetic phenomena of Antonin Artaud. St. Petersburg, 2007. ISBN 978-5-87417-191-9.

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