Elmer Rice A Playwright S Vision Of America
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📒Elmer Rice A Playwright S Vision Of America ✍ Anthony F. R. Palmieri
✏Elmer Rice a Playwright s Vision of America Book Summary : A thorough and detailed study of this playwright's remarkable long and productive career that stretched from 1914-1963, and included over 50 plays and a Pulitzer Prize. It establishes that Rice'e impact on the American theater probably surpasses that of any other American playwright.
📒Continuum Companion To Twentieth Century Theatre ✍ Colin Chambers
✏Continuum Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre Book Summary : International in scope, this book is designed to be the pre-eminent reference work on the English-speaking theatre in the twentieth century. Arranged alphabetically, it consists of some 2500 entries written by 280 contributors from 20 countries which include not only top-level experts, but, uniquely, leading professionals from the world of theatre. A fascinating resource for anyone interested in theatre, it includes: - Overviews of major concepts, topics and issues; - Surveys of theatre institutions, countries, and genres; - Biographical entries on key performers, playwrights, directors, designers, choreographers and composers; - Articles by leading professionals on crafts, skills and disciplines including acting, design, directing, lighting, sound and voice.
📒The Facts On File Companion To American Drama ✍ Jackson R. Bryer
✏The Facts on File Companion to American Drama Book Summary : Features a comprehensive guide to American dramatic literature, from its origins in the early days of the nation to the groundbreaking works of today's best writers.
📒American Playwrights 1880 1945 ✍ William W. Demastes
✏American Playwrights 1880 1945 Book Summary : A valuable research tool for specialist and novice alike, this reference summarizes the work of forty outstanding playwrights active during American theatre's vital, formative years. Alphabetically arranged entries include overall assessments of each playwright, critical summaries of major plays' initial receptions as well as significant revivals, critical assessments of each playwright, and archival and bibliographic data.
📒The Theater Of Trauma ✍ Michael Cotsell
✏The Theater of Trauma Book Summary : The Theater of Trauma is a groundbreaking rereading of the relations between psychology and drama in the age of Eugene O'Neill, Susan Glaspell, and their many brilliant contemporaries. American modernist Theater of Trauma drew its vision from the psychological investigation of trauma and its consequences - among them hysteria and dissociation - made by French and American psychiatrists such as the great Pierre Janet, Alfred Binet, William James, Morton Prince, and W.E.B. Du Bois; the European and American «dissociationist culture» that developed around their work; and the resulting trauma of World War I. American dramatists' deep resistance to Freud's suppression of trauma challenges the equation of Freud and modernism that has become commonplace in modernist criticism.
📒Art Glitter And Glitz ✍ Arthur Gewirtz
✏Art Glitter and Glitz Book Summary : The theatre and drama of the 1920s was a decade of experimentation and incubation for American playwrights coexisting with a flourishing and vibrant commercial theatre. The volume provides, in 22 essays, provocative, new readings of O'Neill, considerations of other mainstream playwrights, and an extraordinary gamut of articles on the popular theatre of the era.
📒American Writers In Paris 1920 1939 ✍ Gale Cengage
✏American Writers in Paris 1920 1939 Book Summary : Called the Lost Generation, American writers who went to Paris after World War I were rebels against social and political conservatism in the United States. They saw Paris as a cultural center and as a place where they could find an audience for their literary experiments -- experiments that changed the course of American writing in the 20th century. This group is the focus of this DLB volume. They form a coherent age group that contributed a chapter, and an important one, to the history of American letters, writes one of their peers, Malcolm Cowley, in the volume's foreword. It was during their heyday, and partly because of their efforts, that American writing ceased to be regarded as a provincial activity...and was recognized by the world for its inherent qualities.99 entries include: Margaret Anderson, Sherwood Anderson, Djuna Barnes, Natalie Barney, Sylvia Beach, Stephen Vincent, Benet Malcolm Cowley, Henry and Caresse Crosby, e.e.cummings, Hilda Doolittle, John Dos Passos, F. ScottFitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Henry Miller, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein and Thornton Wilder.
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📒Cyclopedia Of World Authors Ii ✍ Frank Northen Magill
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📒Modern Drama Scholarship And Criticism 1966 1980 ✍ Charles A. Carpenter
✏Modern Drama Scholarship and Criticism 1966 1980 Book Summary : Ur innehållet: J. Scandinavian drama (s. -423).