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The social significance of modern drama

Author: Emma Goldman; Harry Gilbert Carlson; Erika Munk; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: New York, NY : Applause Theatre Book Publishers, ©1987.
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A series of lectures given by the author in 1914 examines the vital social themes within early twentieth-century drama and relates them to Goldman's political philosophy.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emma Goldman; Harry Gilbert Carlson; Erika Munk; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0936839627 9780936839622 0936839619 9780936839615
OCLC Number: 16225452
Notes: Originally published: The social significance of the modern drama. Boston : R.G. Badger, ©1914.
Description: xii, [4], 174 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The Scandinavian drama: Henrik Ibsen. August Strindberg --
The German drama: Hermann Sudermann. Gerhart Hauptmann. Frank Wedekind --
The French drama: Maurice Maeterlinck. Edmond Rostand. Brieux --
The English drama: George Bernard Shaw. John Galsworthy. Stanley Houghton. Githa Sowerby --
The Irish drama: William Butler Yeats. Lenox Robinson. T.G. Murray --
The Russian drama: Leo Tolstoy. Anton Chekhov. Maxim Gorky. Leonid Andreyev.
Other Titles: Social significance of the modern drama
Responsibility: Emma Goldman ; introduction by Harry G. Carlson ; preface by Erika Munk.

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A series of lectures given by the author in 1914 examines the vital social themes within early twentieth-century drama and relates them to Goldman's political philosophy.

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