Masters of the drama.


3d rev. and enl. ed.. [New York] Dover Publications [1954] .

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Subjects Drama -- History and criticism.
Drama.
Dramatists.
Dramaturges.
Geschichte.
Théâtre -- Histoire et critique.
Toneel.
Description xxi, 890 pages illustrations, portraits 22 cm
Copyright Date [1954]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 805-840).
Contents The first dramatist -- Aeschylus -"The father of tragedy" -- Sophocles, the serene -- Euripides, the modern -- Aristophanes, the poet of laughter -- Menander, Plautus, and Terence -- The playwrights of the Near East -- The playwrights of the Far East -- Playwrights of the church and the guild -- The journeymen of the Renaissance -- Lope de Vega and Calderon -- Christopher Marlowe -- William Shakespeare -- Ben Jonson and the "noble brood" -- Corneille and Racine: polite tragedy -- Molière and the comedy of society -- Goethe and the romantic spirit -- Romanticism over Europe -- Ibsen, the Viking of the drama -- The Scandinavian succession and Strindberg -- The journeymen of the French succession -- Latin postscripts-Benavente and Pirandello -- Gerhart Hauptmann and the modern naturalism -- Hauptmann's fellow-travelers and the expressionist eruption -- Chekhov and the Russian realists -- Maxim Gorky and the Soviet drama -- John Millington Synge and the Irish muse -- Bernard Shaw and the British compromise -- Eugene O'Neill and the American scene -- The American galaxy -- Midcentury theatre and drama -- Midcentury summary.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)328693
(OCoLC)ocm00328693
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WorldCat Identities Gassner, John, 1903-1967.
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