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The drama of transition; native and exotic playcraft,

Author: Isaac Goldberg
Publisher: Cincinnati, Stewart Kidd Company [©1922]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Goldberg, Isaac, 1887-1938.
Drama of transition.
Cincinnati, Stewart Kidd company [©1922]
(OCoLC)571304668
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Goldberg
OCLC Number: 546162
Description: 487 pages 23 cm
Contents: Background of contemporary dramatic criticism --
Spain. José Echegaray. Benito Pérez-Galdós. "The generation of '98". Jacinto Benavente --
Italy. Benelli's new apostolate. Giovanni Verga. Enrico Luigi Morselli. Giovacchino Forzano. Francesco T. Marinetti. The "teatro grotesco": Luigi Pirandello et al. --
South America. The "Gaucho". Florencio Sánchez. José Antonio Ramos. Brazil: Claudio de Souza --
France. A note on Romain Rolland, playwright. Georges Duhamel --
Germany. Expressionist theory. Hauptmann's Der Weisse Heiland. Walter Hasenclever. Georg Kaiser. Oskar Kokoschka. Other dramatists: Sternheim, Kornfeld, von Unruh Werfel, Goering, Toller --
The Yiddish drama. A historical and critical survey. Leon Kobrin. Sholom Asch. David Pinski. Perez Hirschbein. New writers --
Russia. Evreinov and the monodrama --
The United States. Eugene O'Neill. Susan Glaspell.
Responsibility: by Isaac Goldberg.

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