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The modern drama; an essay in interpretation,

Author: Ludwig Lewisohn
Publisher: New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1915.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Lewisohn, Ludwig, 1882-1955.
Modern drama.
New York, B.W. Huebsch, 1915
(OCoLC)590166131
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig Lewisohn
OCLC Number: 649353
Description: 6 preliminary leaves, 340 pages 20 cm
Contents: Chapter 1: The foundations of the modern drama: the new concept of tragedy --
The Scandinavian theatre --
Henrik Ibsen --
Bjornstjerne Bjornson --
August Strindberg --
Plays of the French novelists --
The Goncourt Brothers --
Emile Zola --
Daudet and de Maupassant --
Henri Becque --
The new stages --
Chapter 2: The realistic drama in France --
The development of the French theatre --
The psychologists --
Georges de Porto-Riche --
Francois de Curel --
French comedy --
Henri Lavedan --
the sociologists --
Eugene Brieux --
Paul Hervieu --
The humanists --
Jules Lemaitre --
Maurice Donnay --
The failure of the French theatre --
Chapter 3: The naturalistic drama in Germany --
The rise of naturalism --
Gerhart Hauptmann --
Max Halbe --
Max Dreyer --
Georg Hirschfeld --
Revolutionists in the drama --
Otto Erich Hartleben --
Frank Wedekind --
Naturalistic humanism --
Arthur Schnitzler --
Naturalism once more --
Chapter 4: The Renaissance of the English drama --
The conditions of the English theatre --
Playwrights of the transition --
Henry Arthur Jones --
Arthur Wing Pinero --
Artificial comedy --
Oscar Wilde --
The culmination of intellectual comedy --
George Bernard Shaw --
The English naturalists --
Granville Barker --
John Galsworthy --
The future of the English theatre --
Chapter 5: The neo-romantic movement in the modern drama --
The theory of Neo-Romanticism --
Maurice Maeterlinck --
Edmond Rostand --
The German movement --
Gerhart Hauptmann --
Hugo von Hofmannsthal --
The Irish movement --
William Butler Yeats --
Lady Gregory --
John Millington Synge --
The achievement of Neo=Romanticism --
Study lists --
Critical bibliography of the modern drama.
Responsibility: by Ludwig Lewisohn ...

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