Stage Left: The Development of the American Social Drama in the Thirties


"Reynolds's work focuses our attention on a significant period in American drama, raising our consciousness of these writers and their plays.... Disturbed that the social dramatists of the Depression are either ignored or relegated to a separate shelf, Reynolds reminds us of the vitality of their work and offers a compelling way to view their contributions to our modern drama." South Central Review


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