The Pulitzer Prize Plays, 1918-1934

By Kathryn Coe; William H. Cordell | Go to book overview

THE PULITZER
PRIZE PLAYS

1918-1934

EDITED BY Kathryn Coe & William H. Cordell

INTRODUCTION BY William Lyon Phelps

RANDOM HOUSE • N E W Y O R K • Publishers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents v
  • Introduction By William Lyon Phelps vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Why Marry? 1
  • Jesse Lynch Williams 3
  • Act One 5
  • Act Three 25
  • Beyond the Horizon 53
  • Eugene O'Neill 55
  • Act One 59
  • Scene I 59
  • Act Two 65
  • Scene II 84
  • Scene II 91
  • Miss Lulu Bett 105
  • Zona Gale 107
  • Act One 109
  • Scene I 109
  • Act Two 125
  • Scene I 125
  • Scene III 133
  • Act Three 141
  • Anna Christie 147
  • Act One 151
  • Act Three 162
  • Act Four 170
  • Icebound 191
  • Owen Davis 193
  • Act One 195
  • Act Two 207
  • Act Three 222
  • Hell-Bent Fer Heaven 229
  • Hatcher Hughes 231
  • Act One 233
  • Act Three 261
  • They Knew What They Wanted 275
  • Sidney Howard 277
  • Scene 279
  • Act One 280
  • Act Two 294
  • Craig's Wife 317
  • George Kelly 319
  • Act One 321
  • Act Three 348
  • In Abraham's Bosom 381
  • Paul Green 383
  • Scene I 385
  • Scene III 395
  • Scene IV 407
  • Scene VI 418
  • Scene VII 421
  • Strange Interlude 427
  • Act One 431
  • Act Three 442
  • Strange Interlude Act Four 465
  • Act Six 489
  • Act Nine 515
  • Street Scene 541
  • Elmer Rice 543
  • Street Scene Act One 545
  • Act Three 569
  • The Green Pastures By Marc Connelly 599
  • Author's Note 600
  • Marc Connelly 601
  • Part One Scene I 605
  • Scene III 612
  • Scene V 613
  • Scene VI 614
  • Scene VII 615
  • Scene VIII 621
  • Scene X 626
  • Scene II 632
  • Scene III 634
  • Scene IV 639
  • Scene VI 644
  • Scene VIII 645
  • Alison's House 649
  • Susan Glaspell 651
  • Characters 652
  • Act One 653
  • Of Thee I Sing 693
  • George S. Kaufman 695
  • Characters 696
  • Act One 697
  • Scene I 697
  • Scene III 697
  • Scene IV 705
  • Scene V 716
  • Scene VI 718
  • Act Two 721
  • Scene I 721
  • Scene IV 730
  • Scene V 740
  • Both Your Houses 745
  • Maxwell Anderson 747
  • Characters 748
  • Act One 749
  • Scene I 749
  • Act Two 757
  • Scene I 757
  • Act Two 767
  • Scene II 767
  • Act Three 776
  • Scene I 776
  • Act Three 783
  • Scene II 783
  • Men in White 795
  • Sidney Kingsley 797
  • Act One 801
  • Scene I 801
  • Scene II 809
  • Scene IV 815
  • Act Two Three Months Later 819
  • Scene II 824
  • Scene III 835
  • Bibliography 849
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