Drama Criticism: Criticism of the Most Significant and Widely Studied Dramatic Works from All the World's Literatures, Volumen3
Gale Research, 1993 - 574 páginas
This work is part of an annual series designed to enable students, teachers, and librarians to access a wide variety of critical viewpoints and biographical/bibliographical materials of major plays and playwrights all in one place. Drama Criticism provides excerpts from significant commentary on the most widely studied dramatists from antiquity to contemporary times.
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