Critical Survey of Drama: Jane Martin--Lennox Robinson
Carl Carl Edmund Rollyson, Frank Frank Northen Magill
Salem Press, Incorporated, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 4558 pages
This set contains in-depth analytical reference guides to the major writers of world literature. This 8 volume set contains 602 essays that discuss individual dramatists and cover overview topics. Authors covered represent all time periods and all areas of the world. Each essay contains birth and death dates, a list of the author's major dramatic works, a brief survey of the author's publications in literary forms other than drama, and a summary of the writer's professional achievements and awards. An extended biographical sketch centers on the writer's development. Following this discussion is a list of major publication in fields other than drama and an annotated bibliography of critical works about the author.
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ACHIEVEMENTS action actors adaptation Alberto Moravia Alceste American artistic audience Award Bibliography and index BIOGRAPHY born career century characters comedy comic contemporary critical daughter death drama dramatist early English translation essays farce father Ferdinand Raimund FICTION film French girl Gorboduc Harold Pinter human husband Jean Racine John king language later libretto LITERARY FORMS literature lives London lover marriage married Martinez Maugham Mayakovsky Menander ment Metastasio Mishima Moliere Moliere's moral Moratin Moreto Mosel mother Mrozek Munk Musset Nestroy Ngugi novel O'Casey Odets one-act Paris Pe"rez performed Phaedra Plautus play play's playwright plot poems poetry political popular PRINCIPAL DRAMA produced protagonist Raimund Rattigan Reaney role romantic satire scene screenplay Sean O'Casey short stories social stage Sticks and Bones success Tartuffe television theater theatrical theme tion tragedy University verse Vladimir Mayakovsky wife woman writing wrote York young