T. S. Eliot's Drama: A Research and Production Sourcebook

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Acknowledgments

I am immensely indebted to Deborah Browning, whose tireless and meticulous research assistance was invaluable in compiling, organizing, and annotating the bibliography. Her commitment to sound methodical scholarship was a constant support.

I thank Deans Robert Arrington and Clyde Faulkner, of Georgia State University's College of Arts and Sciences, for various assistance including summer research funding and released time; and the office of Vice President for Research Cleon Arrington for two GSU Research Grants.

Virginia Spencer Carr, chair of the English Department, has provided me with countless forms of support and encouragement; I am grateful to her for creating and maintaining a department conducive to energetic and enthusiastic scholarship. Dorothy Sussman and Patricia Bryan moved mountains that needed to be moved, against seemingly unconquerable forces of inertia.

Matthew Roudané generously read a draft of this book; I hope some of his expertise has rubbed off on it. I thank Dabney Hart for sharing with me her wide knowledge of British theatre; for reading my work with a fiercely incisive editorial eye; and for lovely dramatic conversations across the corridor. I am indebted to Marilyn Brownstein, Greenwood Press's senior editor for humanities, and series editor Bill Demastes for their help and tolerance throughout the course of this project.

This project tested the resources of several libraries and librarians: I am grateful for the access to materials and research assistance provided by the New York Public Library's Main Research Library and its Berg Collection; the Billy Rose Theatre Collection, the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, and the Theatre on Film and Tape collection at the NYPL Performing Arts Research Library at Lincoln Center, Emory University's Woodruff Library and reference staff; Georgia State University's Pullen Library and its stellar reference staff; and finally, Jane Hobson's tremendously helpful interlibrary loan office at Pullen Library, including Marjorie Patterson, Matt Stinson and Lois O'Shea, sine qua non.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Chronology 1
  • Introduction 7
  • The Plays 29
  • Bibliography 165
  • Appendices 267
  • Author Index 291
  • General Index 301
  • About the Author 315
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