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Plays & players; essays on the theatre.

Author: Bernard Shaw
Publisher: London, Oxford Univ. Pr. [1963, ©1952]
Series: World's classics, 535.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Shaw
OCLC Number: 165845
Description: xv, 350 pages.
Contents: Two new plays --
Poor Shakespear! --
An old new play and a new old one --
Mr Pinero's new play --
Duse and Bernhardt --
Romeo and Juliet --
The old acting and the new --
Plays of the week --
Michael and his lost angel --
The immortal William --
Henry IV --
The second dating of Sheridan --
The spacious times --
Blaming the bard --
Little Eyolf --
Ibsen without tears --
Richard himself again --
Better than Shakespear --
Satan saved at last --
The new Ibsen play --
Olivia --
Shakespear in Manchester --
Meredith on comedy --
Mr Pinero on turning forty --
Madame Sans-Gene --
John Gabriel Borkman --
Ibsen triumphant --
Mainly about Shakespear --
Robertson redivivus --
Ghosts at the jubilee --
Hamlet --
Shakespear and Mr Barrie --
Hamlet revisited --
Tappertit on Caesar --
Mr Pinero's past --
Beaumont and Fletcher --
Shakespear's merry gentlemen --
The drama in Hoxton --
Kate Terry --
G.B.S. vivisected --
Valedictory.
Series Title: World's classics, 535.
Responsibility: Selected, with an introd. by A.C. Ward.

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