Six great modern plays, Volume 2074

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Dell Pub. Co., 1956 - Drama - 512 pages
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This book includes - Tennessee William's 'The glass menagerie'; Arthur Miller's 'Allmy sons'; Anton Chekhov's 'Three sisters'; Henrik Ibsen's 'The master builder'; George Bernard Shaw's 'Mrs. Warren's profession'; and Sean O'Casey's 'Red rose for me'.

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Review: Six Great Modern Plays

User Review  - Robin Carver - Goodreads

could had done without three sisters, byt a well rounded view if contemporary theatre. Read full review

Review: Six Great Modern Plays

User Review  - Tom Schulte - Goodreads

I often find it difficult to read plays. Obviously, they are created for presentation from the stage, so it don't judge the play out of a paperback and usually choose to avoid trying to make such a ... Read full review

Contents

THE MASTER BUILDER by Henrik Ibsen
89
MRS WARREN PROFESSION
179
RED ROSES FOR ME by Sean OCasey
259
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