Laurel British drama: the nineteenth century, edited, with an introd. by Robert W. Corrigan.

[New York, Dell Pub. Co., 1967] .

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Other Title The nineteenth century
Subjects English drama -- 19th century -- Collections
Description 464 p. 18 cm.
Contents Melodrama and the popular tradition in nineteenth-century British theatre, by R. W. Corrigan.--The art of acting, by D. L. Boucicault. London assurance, by D. L. Boucicault.--Irving's masterpiece, The bells, by G. Craig. The bells, by L. Lewis.--A stage play, by W. S. Gilbert.--Patience, or Bunthorne's bride, by W. S. Gilbert.--An old new play and a new old one, by G. B. Shaw. The second Mrs. Tanqueray, by A. W. Pinero.--The making of a dramatist; by E. Bentley. Arms and the man, by G. B. Shaw.--The unimportance of being Oscar, by M. McCarthy. The importance of being earnest, by O. Wilde.
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