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245 00 Drama for students.|nVolume 7|h[Gale Virtual Reference 
       Library electronic resource] :|bpresenting analysis, 
       context and criticism on commonly studied dramas /|cDavid 
       Galens, editor. 
264  1 Detroit, Mich. :|bGale,|c2000. 
336    unspecified|bzzz|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Gale virtual reference library 
500    "ISSN 1094-9232." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  The blue room - David Hare -- The caretaker - Harold 
       Pinter -- A chorus of disapproval - Alan Ayckbourn -- 
       Everyman - Anonymous -- Fiddler on the roof - Joseph Stein
       -- Fool for love - Sam Shepard -- The foreigner - Larry 
       Shue -- The hostage - Brendan Behan -- Jesus Christ 
       Superstar - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice -- Krapp's 
       last tape - Samuel Beckett -- Night of the iguana - 
       Tennessee Williams -- Oh Dad, poor Dad, Momma's hung you 
       in the closet and I'm feeling so sad - Arthur Kopit -- 
       Peter Pan - J.M. Barrie -- The piano lesson - August 
       Wilson -- R.U.R. - Karel Capek -- A taste of honey - 
       Shelagh Delaney -- 'Tis a pity she's a whore - John Ford. 
506    For reference use only; cannot be checked out. 
520    Features analysis of the plays most frequently studied in 
       literature classes. Entries include: introduction 
       providing overview of play; brief biography of playwright;
       plot summary; discussion of play's principal themes; 
       essays on play's construction; and excerpted critical 
       commentary. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mi :|cGale.
       |nAvailable via World Wide Web. 
534    |pOriginal: |exxi, 364 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
538    Mode of access: Internet. 
600 10 Hare, David,|d1947-|tBlue room. 
600 10 Pinter, Harold,|d1930-2008.|tCaretaker. 
600 10 Ayckbourn, Alan,|d1939-|tChorus of disapproval. 
600 10 Stein, Joseph.|tFiddler on the roof. 
600 10 Shepard, Sam,|d1943-2017.|tFool for love. 
600 10 Shue, Larry.|tForeigner. 
600 10 Behan, Brendan.|tHostage. 
600 10 Lloyd Webber, Andrew,|d1948-|tJesus Christ superstar. 
600 10 Rice, Tim,|d1944-|tJesus Christ superstar. 
600 10 Beckett, Samuel,|d1906-1989.|tKrapp's last tape. 
600 10 Williams, Tennessee,|d1911-1983.|tNight of the iguana. 
600 10 Kopit, Arthur,|d1937-|tOh Dad, poor Dad, Momma's hung you 
       in the closet and I'm feeling so sad. 
600 10 Barrie, J. M.|q(James Matthew),|d1860-1937.|tPeter Pan. 
600 10 Wilson, August.|tPiano lesson. 
600 10 Čapek, Karel,|d1890-1938.|tR.U.R.|lEnglish. 
600 10 Delaney, Shelagh,|d1939-2011.|tTaste of honey. 
600 10 Ford, John,|d1586-approximately 1640.|t'Tis pity she's a 
       whore. 
630 00 Everyman. 
650  0 Theater|vBiography. 
650  0 Theater|vReviews. 
650  0 Dramatic criticism. 
650  0 Drama|xHistory and criticism. 
650  0 Drama|xStudy and teaching (Higher)|zUnited States. 
650  0 Drama|xStudy and teaching (Secondary)|zUnited States. 
650  0 Drama. 
650  0 Drama|vStories, plots, etc. 
650  0 American drama. 
650  0 Dramatists. 
700 1  Galens, David,|eeditor. 
710 2  Gale Group. 
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