Twenty-five Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre: Early Series
John Gassner, [Anonymus AC02881536]
Crown Publishers, 1949 - American drama - 756 pages
Covers American theater's formative period, 1916-1929, with 25 complete plays, biographical and production data, and a survey of the period's drama and dramatists. This volume supplements the two previously published collections: Twenty best plays of the modern American theatre (1929-1939), first series and Best plays of the modern American theatre (1939-1946), second series.
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