This volume contains Siddheswar Chattopadhyay's selected essays on Ancient Indian Theatre.
The essays include, `Matrgupta: A Forgotten Author on Indian Dramaturgy'; The Hero in the Mudraraksasa'; 'A Note on Anthopaksepaka'; 'The Theory of Alienation Effect and Sanskrit Dramaturgy'; 'The Actor and Aesthetic Experience'; 'Pusta and Ancient Indian Theatre'; 'Two Anyonymous Percepts of Sanskrit Dramaturgy'; 'Glimpses of Ancient Indian Folk Theatre'; 'Stage and Stagecraft as Revealed in Some Sanskrit Plays' and 'The Later Phase of Sanskrit Theatre in Eastern India'.
Siddheswar Chattopadhyay, a freedom fighter from his school days, retired as professor and head of the department of Sanskrit at Burdwan University, West Bengal.
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