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by Richard Leeson

Download William Inge: A Research and Production Sourcebook (Modern Dramatists Research and Production Sourcebooks) eBook
ISBN:
031327407X
Author:
Richard Leeson
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Greenwood; Annotated edition edition (March 23, 1994)
Pages:
240 pages
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1880 kb
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1855 kb
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1987 kb
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William Inge achieved admirable success as a dramatist on Broadway and through popular film renditions of his plays

By Richard M. William Inge achieved admirable success as a dramatist on Broadway and through popular film renditions of his plays. This book demonstrates how his works have helped shape the modern stage. It also provides annotated bibliographic entries for works by and about Inge.

This sourcebook offers a chronology of his achievements, along with plot .

This sourcebook offers a chronology of his achievements, along with plot synopses and critical overviews of each produced or published play.

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by Richard M. Born in the Southside of Chicago in 1930, Lorraine Hansberry and her family moved to a large house in a white neighborhood in 1938

by Richard M. Born in the Southside of Chicago in 1930, Lorraine Hansberry and her family moved to a large house in a white neighborhood in 1938. Her experiences with racial discrimination fueled her strong commitment to social justice and inspired her works.

Summary: A comprehensive guide to August Wilson's life and career, this reference book includes plot synopses, production histories and bibliographic material of his plays. A chronology outlines his rise from the racism he experienced as a youth in Pittsburgh to his triumphs on the New York stage.

RICHARD M. LEESON is Professor of English at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas.

William Inge was one of the most significant dramatists of the 20th century. His dramatizations of the lives of repressed people struggling to sift through, make sense of, or escape from the psychological, sexual, economic, and familial complexities of modern life remain some of the most powerful in the American theatre. He achieved admirable success on Broadway, and several of his major plays were made into popular films. This book details and records his career.

The volume contains an overview of Inge's work as a dramatist and demonstrates how his plays have helped shape the modern stage. Included are plot synopses, production histories, and critical commentary for Inge's plays. The volume also presents bibliographic information for dramatic, non-dramatic, and critical writings by Inge, a list of archival material, and annotated entries for books, articles, and reviews that treat his work.