Contemporary Drama of England, 1931 Thomas H Dickinson
Contemporary Drama of England, 1931 was written by Thomas H. Dickinson, an avid historian and editor of modern English and American drama.
Written in the first third of the 20th century, as both America and England were part of the western world's newly developed enthusiasm for experimentation in theatrical techniques, this study reflects an exciting time in the history of world theater.
Viewed 90 years later, the contemporary views of the historian are important. How has time treated events and people who once attracted attention or perhaps interested nobody?
This red hardcover copy is in very good vintage condition. The pages are browned with age, and a name and date are on the flyleaf. Otherwise, there are no marks, no tears, just a strongly bound firm book.
Because this edition is rare and hard to find in this condition, it will be a collectible treasure for scholars, students and collector of theatre memorabilia.
The book measures 5 5/8 inches by 8 1/4 inches by 1 1/4 inches. It has 355 pages.