A Study of the Modern Drama: A Handbook for the Study and Appreciation of the Best Plays, European, English and American, of the Last Half Century

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" Defeat," "Punch and Go," and "The Sun"; The Little Man and Other Satires ( N. Y. 1915) includes that play and "Hall-Marked," "The First and the Last" [with stories] ( London, 1920).

Separate Plays. -- "The Silver Box" ( N. Y. 1916); "Strife" ( N. Y. 1916); "Joy" ( N. Y. 1916); "The Eldest Son" ( N. Y. 1912); "Justice" ( N. Y. 1910); "The Fugitive" ( N. Y. 1913); "The Mob" ( N. Y. 1914); "The Pigeon" ( N. Y. 1912); "A Bit o' Love" ( N. Y. 1915); "The Skin Game" ( N. Y. 1920); "The Little Dream" ( N. Y. 1911); "The Foundations" ( N. Y. 1920); "Loyalties" ( N. Y. 1922); "Windows" ( N. Y. 1922); "A Family Man" ( N. Y. 1922); "The Forest" ( N. Y. 1924).

Reprints in Collections and Anthologies. -- "Strife," in Dickinson Chief Contemporary Dramatists ( Boston, 1915); "The Silver Box," in Moses' Representative British Dramas ( Boston, 1918); "The Sun," in Leonard Atlantic Book of Modern Plays ( Boston, 1921); "The Little Man," in Cohen One-Act Plays by Modern Authors ( N. Y. 1921), in Asa D. Dickinson One-Act Plays ( Garden City, 1922), and in J. W. Marriott's One-Act Plays of To-day ( Boston, 1924); Six Selected Plays of John Galsworthy, edited by George P. Baker ( N. Y. 1924), includes "The Silver Box," "Strife," "Justice," "A Bit o' Love," "The Pigeon," and "Loyalties."


REFERENCES

Sheila Kaye-Smith, John Galsworthy ( N. Y. 1916); anonymous, John Galsworthy, a Sketch of His Life and His Works ( N. Y. no date [ 1911]); P. P. Howe, Dramatic Portraits ( N. Y. 1913), and The Repertory Theater ( N. Y. 1911); John Palmer, The Censor and the Theaters ( N. Y. 1913), and The Future of the Theater ( N. Y. 1913); Edwin Björkman , Is There Anything New Under the Sun? ( N. Y. 1911); Charlton Andrews, The Drama To-day ( Philadelphia, 1913); Ashley Dukes , Modern Dramatists ( Chicago, 1912), and The Youngest Drama ( Chicago, 1924); Emma Goldman, The Social Significance of the Modern Drama ( Boston, 1914); C. H. Herford, in Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association ( Oxford, 1914); T. H. Dickinson , The Contemporary Drama of England ( Boston, 1917); William Archer , Playmaking ( Boston, 1912), and The Old Drama and the New ( Boston, 1923); F. W. Chandler, Aspects of Modern Drama ( N. Y. 1914; Clayton Hamilton, Studies in Stagecraft ( N. Y. 1914), Problems of the Playwright ( N. Y. 1917), and Seen on the Stage ( N. Y. 1920); Frank Vernon, The Twentieth-Century Theater ( Boston, 1924); Archibald Henderson , The Changing Drama ( Cincinnati, 1919); Ludwig Lewisohn , The Modern Drama ( N. Y. 1915), and The Drama and the Stage ( N. Y. 1922); H. M. Walbrook, Nights at the Play ( London, 1911); A. B. Walkley, Pastiche and Prejudice ( N. Y. 1921); W. L. Phelps , Essays on Modern Dramatists ( N. Y. 1921); J. T. Grein, The World and the Theater ( London, 1921); C. Lewis Hind, Authors and I ( N. Y. 1921); Arnold Bennett, Books and Persons ( N. Y. 1917); A. E. Morgan, Tendencies of Modern English Drama ( N. Y. 1924); St. John Ervine , Some Impressions of My Elders ( N. Y. 1923); W. P. Eaton

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • What This Book is and How to Use It ix
  • The Norwegian Drama 1
  • References 6
  • References 18
  • The Danish Drama 23
  • The Swedish Drama 31
  • References 36
  • The Russian Drama 43
  • References 47
  • References 52
  • References 58
  • The German Drama 69
  • References 74
  • References 84
  • References 89
  • The Austrian Drama 93
  • Reference: 96
  • References 102
  • Rfferences 106
  • The Hungarian Drama 111
  • References 114
  • The French Drama 119
  • References 123
  • References 129
  • References 133
  • References 138
  • References 141
  • References 146
  • References 151
  • The Belgian Drama 159
  • References 165
  • The Dutch Drama 175
  • References 179
  • The Italian Drama 183
  • References 187
  • References 192
  • References 196
  • The Spanish Drama 201
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  • The English Drama 219
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  • References 236
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  • References 264
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  • References 274
  • References 282
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  • Reffrences 292
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  • References 321
  • The Irish Drama 329
  • References 338
  • References 346
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  • References 354
  • The American Drama 359
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  • References 370
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  • References 400
  • References 406
  • The Yiddish Drama 411
  • References 415
  • References 418
  • Bibliographies 421
  • Index 487
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