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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Great plays from the early 20th century, spanning three continents and many subject matters. The plays are all familiar classics, many of them old friends that are frequently performed. These aren't ... Read full review

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Great plays from the early 20th century, spanning three continents and many subject matters. The plays are all familiar classics, many of them old friends that are frequently performed. These aren't ... 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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