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Terry Eagleton (I)

Terry Eagleton was born on February 22, 1943 in Salford, Greater Manchester, England. He is a writer, known for Wittgenstein (1993), Saint Oscar (1991) and Profile (2001). See full bio »

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Known For

Wittgenstein Writer
(1993)
Saint Oscar Writer
(1991)
Profile Self
(2002)

Filmography

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 1993 Wittgenstein (written by)
 1991 Saint Oscar (TV Movie) (script)
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 2017-2020 Philosophy for Our Times (Podcast Series)
Self - Literary Critic / Self - Literary Theorist
- Martyrdom and Sacrifice (2020) ... Self - Literary Theorist
- The Fascination with Evil (2019) ... Self - Literary Theorist
- Bonus Episode: The Death of God and the War on Terror (2018) ... Self - Literary Critic
- The Swindle of the New (2017) ... Self - Literary Critic
- Imagining Imaginations (2017) ... Self - Literary Critic
 2011 Chronicle of Protest (Video documentary)
Self
 2011 Horizonte Flutuante (Documentary)
Self
 2002 Profile (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #1.8 (2002) ... Self
 1993 Without Walls (TV Series documentary)
Self - Presenter
- J'accuse: Philip Larkin (1993) ... Self - Presenter
 1988 Raymond Williams: A Tribute (TV Movie)
Self
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His play, "Saint Oscar," was performed at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Stephen Rea and Eileen Pollock in the cast. Trevor Griffiths was director.

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