American Theatre Stratford Upon Avon Studies 10, 1967 Ten Essays
American Theatre is a Stratford-Upon-Avon Studies publication - a collection of ten essays on theater in America, a first edition hardcover book published in 1967. Topics include dramatic trends, plays and playwrights, themes in the works of various dramatists.
- Realism in the Modern American Theatre by John Gassner
- The Vanity of Personality: the Development of Eugene O'Neill by Arnold Goldman
- European Influences by James Rosenberg
- The Group Theatre and Its Plays by Gerald Weales
- The Poets of the American Theatre by Katharine Worth
- Success and the American Dramatist by Morris Freedman
- Arthur Miller: the Development of the Political Dramatist in America by Eric Mottram
- Cinematic Structure in the Work of Tennessee Williams by George Brandt
- Albee and the Absurd: The American Dream and The Zoo Story by Brian Way
- Today's Dramatists by Richard A. Duprey
A public library copy, this book is a very good condition with strong binding and no marks except those of the library. There are no tears to the pages except corners clipped from two of the first pages, and there is slight foxing and age related browning. Signs of handling and shelf wear on the protective plastic library cover over the dust jacket indicates a history of use, probably by patrons of the library.
The book measures 5 1/2 inches by 8 3/4" by 3/4 inch and has 228 pages.