4 edition of Famous American plays of the 1920s found in the catalog.
Famous American plays of the 1920s
|Statement||selected and introduced by Kenneth Macgowan ; foreword by Gordon Davidson.|
|Series||Laurel American drama series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||511|
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3 Books of American Plays: Famous American Plays of the 's hardcover, FamousAmerican Plays of the 's Paperback and Four Contemporary American Plays, paperback. Seller assumes all responsibility for Seller Rating: % positive. 50 for the Ages / A critic's list of great 20th century American plays.
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The following is a representative survey of some of the most important women in American history. The s--Theater in Wartime and Postwar Years. These five outstanding and now classic plays of the s are works profoundly influenced by World War II, and demonstrate a breaking away from tradition onstage and an increasing concern with prejudice in America.
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