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Critical essays on Lillian Hellman.
Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, ©1989
(OCoLC)756427833
Named Person: Lillian Hellman; Lillian Hellman; Lillian Hellman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark W Estrin
ISBN: 0816188904 9780816188901
OCLC Number: 19322918
Description: 275 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The dramaturgy of blackmail in the Ibsenite Hellman / Jacob H. Adler --
Miss Hellman's two sisters / Jacob H. Adler --
The autumn garden : mechanics and dialectics / Marvin Felheim --
The dramatic adaptations of Lillian Hellman / Doris Fleischer and Leonard Fleischer --
The lark, translation vs. adaptation / Henry W. Knepler --
"Good and evil" in Lillian Hellman's The children's hour / Philip M. Armato --
Bohemia bumps into Calvin / Mary Lynn Broe --
Lillian Hellman's American political theater / Timothy J. Wiles --
Establishing the woman and constructing a narrative in Lillian Hellman's memoirs / Pamela S. Bromberg --
Lillian Hellman / Linda Wagner-Martin --
Witnesses / Murray Kempton --
The scoundrel in the looking glass / Sidney Hook --
Scoundrel time : mobilizing the American intelligentsia for the Cold War / Richard A. Falk --
The legend of Lillian Hellman / Alfred Kazin --
Close encounters of the apocryphal kind / Martha Gellhorn --
Who was Julia? / Alexander Cockburn --
"Lies like truth" : Lillian Hellman's autobiographies / Timothy Dow Adams --
Miss Lily of New Orleans / Margaret Case Harriman.
Series Title: Critical essays on American literature.
Responsibility: [edited by] Mark W. Estrin.

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