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|Named Person:||Horton Foote|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert W Haynes
|Description:||vii, 197 p. ; 24 cm.|
The nature of nature in The trip to bountiful --
"The child is father of the man": The orphans' home cycle --
Betrayal and responsibility in The young man from Atlanta and Henrik Ibsen's A doll's house and Little Eyolf --
The kidders and the Disappointment Club: --
A critical theme in The young man from Atlanta --
History as family: a reflection --
Foote and the critics: designing identity and being polite --
Departure, arrival, and varieties of silence: Narration and dramaturgy in Farewell and Beginnings --
The actor: full circle, still moving.
|Responsibility:||Robert W. Haynes ; with a foreword by Gerald C. Wood.|
"People who love Horton Foote's work will feel at home in these chapters. They are true to the voice, style, and themes of Horton's writing. But they are more than comfortable. They open new doors,
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