Drama: From Ibsen to Eliot

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Index
Figures in italics indicate principal references
Adding Machine, The, 179
Advent, 118
Anniversary, The, 133
Anouilh, Jean, 196-201
Antigone, 196-201
Antoine, 100
Archer, William, 22, 24, 42, 49, 56, 66, 73-4, 76, 126, 146, 231
Arms and the Man, 144, 192
Ascent of F6, The, 179, 247, 251-6, 257
At the Hawk's Well, 210, 219
Auden, W. H., 179, 247-56, 259, 261.
Austen, Jane, 130
Auto-da-Fe, 57, 83
Avariés, Les, 141
Back to Methuselah, 145, 147-9
Barrie, James, 121
Baudelaire, 155
Beaver Coat, The, 175
Becque, Henri, 103-4
Before Dawn, 178
Bernard, Jean-Jacques, 25
Berretto a Sonagli, Il, 192
Bethell, S. L., 20
Bjarme, Brynjolf (Ibsen), 11
Bjornson, B., 98
Blue Bird, The, 120
Bradbrook, M. C., 42, 44, 56, 61, 65, 73
Bradley, A. C., 140
Brand, 43, 51-6, 62, 65, 69, 70, 78, 85, 86, 87, 92, 97
Brandes, Georg, 55, 72-3
Brief Encounter, 26
Brieux, Eugene, 141
Burnt Norton, 111
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The, 179
Calvary, 219
Candida, 141, 144-7
Canetti, E., 57n, 83
Capek, K., 179
Caste, 226
Castell of Perseverance, The, 259
Cat and the Moon, The, 219, 220
Cathleen ni Houlihan, 215
Catilina, 11
Cervantes, 162
Chiarelli, Luigi, 188, 190
Chekhov, Anton, 11, 23, 24, 126-37, 138, 157, 184, 262
Cherry Orchard, The, 126, 131, 132-6, 157
Cocktail Party, The, 11, 223, 237- 246, 269, 275-6
Cocteau, Jean, 196
Comrades, 109
Conrad, Joseph, 90
Corbeaux, Les, 103
Cosi e (se vi pare), 191, 192-3
Countess Cathleen, The, 16, 211-13
Course des Rois, La, 196
Coward, N., 26, 74
Creditors, 100, 109
Damaged Goods, 141
Dance of Death ( Auden), 247
Dance of Death ( Strindberg), 99, 118-19
Death of Cuchulain, The, 221
Deirdre, 215-16
Deirdre of the Sorrows, 154, 156-7, 164-8
Devil's Disciple, The, 149, 262
Doctor's Dilemma, The, 145
Dog Beneath the Skin, The, 247-51

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 11
  • Part I 39
  • I - Henrik Ibsen 41
  • 2 - August Strindberg 98
  • 3 - Anton Chekhov 126
  • 4 - Bernard Shaw 138
  • 5 - J. M. Synge 154
  • 6- Two Social Plays 175
  • 7 - Luigi Pirandello 185
  • 8 - Jean Anouilh: a Comment 196
  • Part II 203
  • I - W. B. Yeats 205
  • 2 - T. S. Eliot 223
  • 3 - Some Verse Dramatists 247
  • 4 - Criticism into Drama 269
  • Index 279
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