All the world's a stage; modern plays for young people, edited by Lowell Swortzell. Decorations by Howard Simon.
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xxi, 610 p. 25 cm.
Swanwhite, by A. Strindberg.--The post office, by R. Tagore.--The jar, by L. Pirandello.--He who says yes and he who says no, by B. Brecht.--The billy-club puppets, by F. G. Lorca.--The end of the beginning, by S. O'Casey.--The man with the heart in the highlands, by W. Saroyan.--Soul gone home, by L. Hughes.--Look and long, by G. Stein.--Little Red Riding Hood, by E. Schwartz.--Amahl and the night visitors, by G. Menotti.--Poem-plays, by R. Krauss.--The genie of Sutton Place, by K. Heuer and G. Selden.--The thwarting of Baron Bolligrew, by R. Bolt.--Childhood, by T. Wilder.--The chief's bride, by D. D. Phiri.--The tingalary bird, by M. Melwood.--Your own thing, by D. Driver, H. Hester, and D. Apolinar.--Bibliography (p. 609-610)
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