The Reader's Encyclopedia of World Drama

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Courier Dover Publications, 2002 - Performing Arts - 1030 pages
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The first and best single-volume reference of its kind, this comprehensive work traces world drama from its earliest ritual forms to modern times. Focusing on the literary content of the plays, it features articles by nearly 100 distinguished contributors, including Eric Bentley, Alfred Harbage, Jacques Guichamaud, Cedric Whitman, and Wallace Fowlie.nbsp;350 black-and-white illustrations.
  

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Contents

Basic Documents in Dramatic Theory
4
Coisiiniun Tracmre
183
David Hume
365
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
703
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Edward Quinn is Professor Emeritus of English at the City College of New York. He Holds a Ph.D. from New York University and has co-edited several major reference works, including the classic The Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare. Mr. Quinn lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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