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Author Dickinson, Thomas H., 1877-1961.
Title Chief contemporary dramatists : twenty plays from the recent drama of England, Ireland, America, Germany, France, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, and Russia / selected and ed. by Thomas H. Dickinson ...
Imprint Boston ; New York [etc.] : Houghton Mifflin Company, [1915]
[©1915]

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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  PN6112 .D5 c.3  AVAILABLE  
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Author Dickinson, Thomas H., 1877-1961.
Subject Drama -- Collections.
Description ix, 676 pages ; 22 cm
Contents Lady Windermeres̓ fan, by Wilde.--The second Mrs. Tanqueray, by A.W. Pinero.--Michael and his lost angel, by H.A. Jones.--Strife, by J. Galsworthy.--The Madras house, by G. Barker.--The hourglass, by W.B. Yeats.--Riders to the sea, by J.M. Synge.--The rising of the moon, by Lady Gregory.--The truth, by C. Fitch.--The great divide, by W.V. Moody.--The withching hour, by A. Thomas--The scarecrow, by P. MacKaye.--The weavers, by G. Hauptmann; tr. by Mary Morison.--The vale of content, by H. Sudermann; tr. by W.E. Leonard.--The red robe, by E. Brieux; tr. by F.O. Reed.--Know thyself, by P. Hervieu; tr. by B. Cerf.--Pélléas and Mélisande, by M. Maeterlinck; tr. by R. Hovey.--Beyond human power, by R. Björnson; tr. by L.M. Hollander.--The father, by A. Strindberg; tr. by N. Erichsen.--The cherry orchard, by A. Tchekhov; tr. by G. Calderon.
--Appendix; Authors and plays. Notes on the production of plays. A reading list in contemporary dramatists. A working book list in contemporary drama. Index to characters.
Indexed In Ottemiller's index to plays in collections
OCLC # 2666849


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