The American dramatist, by Montrose J. Moses.


Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1925.

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Subjects American drama -- History and criticism.
American drama.
Dramatists, American -- Biography.
Dramatists, American.
Theater -- United States.
Theater.
United States.
Description xviii pages, 1 leaf, 474 pages frontispiece, illustrations (facsimiles) plates, portraits 23 cm
Copyright Date 1925.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 443-459).
Contents The American background -- Our colonial theatre -- The dramatist of the revolutionary Era -- William Dunlap and his contemporaries -- American dramatists and their infant industry: dramatic criticks, prize plays, the non-copyright menace -- Drama of types and many forms: 1800-1870 -- And the American drama cried, "ha, ha!" prize plays again, John Howard Payne, schools of playwrights, George H Boker -- The prolific Dion Boucicault -- Wanted -- some native dramatists in the seventies: an unaccented phase of Augustin daly -- Bronson Howard: dean of the American drama -- James A Herne and the realistic drama -- David Belasco and the psychology of the switchboard -- Forms of American drama: comedy and the American dramatist -- Edward Harrigan and Charles Hoyt, George Ade and George M Cohan in particular -- Concerning a certain type of melodrama: the 10.20.30 -- Concerning Clyde Fitch and the local sense -- The case of Percy MacKaye and his father -- The story of the well-made play: Augustus Thomas, William Gillette, and some box-office dramatists -- The American dramatist's neglected opportunity: pageantry. should the poetic drama be dramatized? Josephine Preston Peabody -- The case of the American one-act play -- Eugene O'Neill and the "new" drama -- The roster.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)270172
(OCoLC)ocm00270172
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Moses, Montrose Jonas, 1878-1934.
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