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Critical essays on the theater of calderon

Fissures beneath the surface: D Krasner ed A companion to twentieth-century American drama. Blackwell Publishing, pp 159-174, 2007. Those were the nights. The contemporary theatre 1944-1945. Modern Fiction Studies, vol 4, no 1, Springpp 42-52, 1958. CLA Journal, vol 28, no 3 Marchpp 314-325, 1985.

Columbia University Press, 1912. The plays of Heinrich von Kleist. Cambridge University Press, 1996. Masters of British drama. Analogues of Wordsworth's The Borderers. Publications of the Modern Language Association, vol 38, no 2 Junepp 267-277, 1923. The technique of alienation in Bertolt Brech's "The Caucasian chalk circle". CLA Journal, vol 8, no 1 Septemberpp 60-65, 1964. The idea of tragedy in Garcia Lorca's "Yerma".

Modern Language Studies, vol 20, no 2 Springpp 19-27, 1990. Kaj Munk as a dramatist 1898-1944. Scandinavian Studies, vol 26, no 4 Novemberpp 151-176, 1954. The theatrical world of 1897. The theatrical world of 1896. The theatrical world of 1894. The theatrical world for 1893.

  • Alfred A Knopf, 1921;
  • Columbia University Press, 1961.

T Fisher Unwin, 1886. The Theatre and its double. Grove Press, 1994, originally 1938. Modern Philology, vol 72, no 3 Februarypp 256-271, 1975.

Humour In the theatre. The tragic heroines of Pierre Corneille. Popular tradition and individual talent in Sean O'Casey's Dublin trilogy. Journal of Modern Literature, vol 2, no 4 Novemberpp 491-504, 1972. Babagolzadeh R, Shafieyan M. From Villain to victim: English Language and Literature Studies, no 6 4pp 82-88, 2016. The machine in Chekhov's garden: The plays of the university wits. Cambridge University Press, pp 121-141, 1910. The development of Shakespeare as a dramatist. Bate J, Jackson R eds.

Oxford University Press, 1996.

English comic drama 1700-1750. Cambridge University Press, pp 309-335, 1910. Leicester University Press, 1984. The dramatic art of Ostrovsky. Alexander Nikolayevich Ostrovsky, 1823-86. Peter Weiss and the futility of sadism.

Yale French Studies, no 35, pp 114-119, 1965. Dramatic analysis and literary interpretation: The Cherry Orchard as exemplum. Modern drama and German classicism: Renaissance from Lessing to Brecht. Cornell University Press, 1986. Benson E, Conolly LW.

The Oxford companion to Canadian theatre. Oxford University Press Canada, 1989. Oxford University Press, 1987.

Two hundred years of Macheath. The Threepenny Review, no 8 Winterpp 19-21, 1982. TDR, vol 13, no 1 Autumnpp 57-72, 1968. The making of a dramatist 1892-1903.

History of Western Theatre: 17th Century to Now/Bibliography

RW Corrigan ed Laurel British drama. Dell, pp 305-328, 1967. The playwright as thinker: In search of theater. New Directions Books, 1947. The Jacobean and Caroline stage. Oxford University Press, 1941-1968.

  • Contemporary theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Studies, vol 4;
  • Pierre Corneille and historical perspective;
  • The drama of Luigi Pirandello.

Simon Gray's "Butley" and Shakespeare. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature, vol 38, no 4, pp 179-188, 1984. The drama of sensibility. Harvard University Press, 1915. American drama of the twentieth century. Bertha C, Morse DE. Singing of human unsuccess: A history of the theater. JM Synge and The Irish dramatic movement. Cambridge University Press, 1999. Cambridge University Press, 1992. A critical introduction to twentieth-century American drama.

Cambridge University Press, 1982. The Sewanee Review, vol 17, no 4 Octoberpp 475-487, 1909. Chelsea House Publishers, 2005. An introduction to Stuart drama. Oxford University Press, 1946.

Cambridge University Press, pp 89-120, 1910. The comedy of Thornton Wilder. WJ Meserve ed Discussions of American drama. Brian Friel, Ireland, and the North. Cambridge University Press, 2007. ANU Press, pp 169-194, 2006a. ANU Press, pp 195-224, 2006b. The contemporary drama of Ireland.

Themes and conventions of Elizabethan tragedy. Cambridge University Press, 1966.

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Love in the theatre of Marivaux. JR Brown, B Harris eds. Contemporary theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon Studies, vol 4. Edward Arnold, pp 33-55, 1962. The globalization of Beckett's "Godot".