Introduction to modern one-act plays, Volume 1
The one-act play occupies a special niche in the history of modern theatre, attracting major talents like Eugene O'Neill and Susan Glaspell, Terence Rattigan, James M. Barrie, and J. M. Synge, Dorothy Parker and George S. Kaufman. In this collection, 'An Introduction to Modern One-Act Plays, ' Marshall Cassady, veteran writer and teacher, has assembled seventeen complete one-acters by these and other famous writers.
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