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Modern American drama: essays in criticism,

Author: William E Taylor
Publisher: DeLand, Fla., Everett/Edwards [1968]
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Taylor, William Edwards.
Modern American drama: essays in criticism.
DeLand, Fla., Everett/Edwards [1968]
(OCoLC)587279314
Named Person: Eugene O'Neill; Clifford Odets; Maxwell Anderson; Arthur Miller; Edward Albee; Tennessee Williams; Archibald MacLeish; James Baldwin; Carson McCullers; Djuna Barnes; Richard Eberhart; Saul Bellow
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William E Taylor
OCLC Number: 1175677
Description: 200 pages 25 cm
Contents: Eugene O'Neill: the long quest, by J.L. Halio.--Six characters in search of an author and Desire under the elms: what O'Neill did not learn from Europe, by W.E. Taylor.--Clifford Odets: from influence to affluence, by R.B. Shuman.--Maxwell Anderson: traditionalist in a theatre of change, by W.E. Taylor.--Comedy of manners 1927-1939, by W. Embler.--Through a glass menagerie darkly: the world of Tennessee Williams, by S. Kahn.--Arthur Miller: Aristotelian canons in the twentieth century drama, by A.A. Stambusky.--Three verse playwrights and the American fifties, by D. Gerstenberger.--What happens in Who's afraid ...? By M. Halperen.--The novelist as playwright: Baldwin, McCullers, and Bellow, by L. Phillips.--Off-Broadway and the new realism, by B.F. Dukore.--Bibliographical notes (p. 175-186).
Responsibility: edited by William E. Taylor.

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