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A treasury of the theatre.

Author: John Gassner; Burns Mantle
Publisher: New York, Simon and Schuster [1951]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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Gassner, John, 1903-1967.
Treasury of the theatre.
New York, Simon and Schuster [1951]
(OCoLC)573415752
Online version:
Gassner, John, 1903-1967.
Treasury of the theatre.
New York, Simon and Schuster [1951]
(OCoLC)612779814
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Gassner; Burns Mantle
OCLC Number: 1300639
Notes: "Revised and expanded from the original [1935 ed.] ... edited by Burns Mantle and John Gassner."
Description: 3 volumes 26 cm
Contents: V. 1: World drama from Aeschylus to Turgenev --
The classic age --
Agamemnon / Aeschylus --
Oedipus the king / Sophocles --
The Trojan women / Euripides --
The frogs / Aristophanes --
The menaechmi / Plautus --
The brothers / Terence --
The Oriental theatre --
Shakuntala / Kalidasa --
Sotoba Komachi / Kwanami Kiyotsugu --
The Medieval drama --
Abraham and Isaac / Unknown --
The second shepherds' play / Unknown --
Everyman / Unknown --
The Renaissasnce --
The tragical history of Doctor Faustus / Christopher Marlowe --
Hamlet / William Shakespeare --
Volpone / Ben Jonson --
The duchess of Malfi / John Webster --
Fuente Ovejuna / Lope de Vega --
The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries --
The misanthrope / Molière --
Phaedra / Jean Racine --
The way of the world / William Congreve --
The school for scandal / Richard B. Sheridan --
The Romantic and early Realistic drama --
Faust, Part one / J.W. von Goethe --
No trifling with love / Alfred de Musset --
Danton's death / Georg Büchner --
The inspector / Nikolai Gogol --
Maria Magdalena / Friedrich Hebbel --
A month in the country / Ivan Turgenev --
V. 2: Modern European drama from Henrik Ibsen to Jean-Paul Sartre --
Realism and Naturalism --
Ghosts / Henrik Ibsen --
Hedda Gabler / Henrik Ibsen --
The father / August Strindberg --
The vultures / Henry Becque --
The weavers / Gerhart Hauptmann --
The tenor / Frank Wedekind --
The power of darkness / Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy --
The cherry orchard / Anton Chekhov --
The lower depths / Maxim Gorki --
Departures from realism --
The intruder / Maurice Maeterlinck --
Cyrano de Bergerac / Edmond Rostand --
There are crimes and crimes / August Strindberg --
Liliom / Ferenc Molnar --
Six characters in search of an author / Luigi Pirandello --
R.U.R. / Karel Capek --
Blood wedding / Federico García Lorca --
from The private life of the master race / Bertolt Brecht --
The flies / Jean-Paul Sartre --
V. 3: Modern British and American drama from Oscar Wilde to Arthur Miller --
Modern drama in England and Ireland --
The importance of being Earnest / Oscar Wilde --
Candida / George B. Shaw --
The admirable Crichton / James M. Barrie --
Escape / John Galsworthy --
The workhouse ward / Lady Gregory --
Riders to the sea / John Millington Synge --
The plough and the stars / Sean O'Casey --
The circle / W.Somerset Maugham --
Journey's End / R. C. Sherriff --
Blithe Spirit / Noel Coward --
Modern American Drama --
Anna Christie / Eugene O'Neill --
The hairy ape / Eugene O'Neill --
What price glory? / Laurence Stallings and Maxwell Anderson --
Elizabeth the queen / Maxwell Anderson --
The green pastures / Marc Connelly --
Our town / Thornton Wilder --
Golden boy / Clifford Odets --
The little foxes / Lillian Hellman --
My heart's in the highlands / William Saroyan --
The glass menagerie / Tennessee Williams --
Death of a salesman / Arthur Miller.

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