Dramatist in America: Letters of Maxwell Anderson, 1912-1958
From the 1920s through the 1950s Maxwell Anderson was one of the most important playwrights in America. His thirty-three produced plays make him a leader among these playwrights of America's most creative era in the theater, and a number of his plays have
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BECOMING A PLAYWRIGHT 19121925
ACHIEVEMENT AND RECOGNITION 19261940
ACHIEVEMENT AND CONTROVERSY 19411953
ACHIEVEMENT AND PEACE 19541958
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4 ACCEPTANCE SPEECH FOR THE BROTHERHOOD AWARD TO Lost in the Stars FROM THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS A...
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Page xxi - knew he had to try" to dramatize it.' He wrote to Alan Paton: I hope I can convey to you, at so great a distance, something of the emotion with which I read 'Cry, the Beloved Country' and which many Americans must feel now as they read it.