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245 00 Drama for students.|nVolume 9|h[Gale EBooks electronic 
       resource] :|bpresenting analysis, context and criticism on
       commonly studied dramas /|cIra Mark Milne, editor. 
264  1 Detroit, Mich. :|bGale,|c2000. 
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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  Antigone - Jean Anouilh -- The chairs - Eugene Ionesco -- 
       The elephant man - Bernard Pomerance -- The front page - 
       Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur -- Funnyhouse of a negro -
       Adrienne Kennedy -- The ghost sonata - August Strindberg -
       - The good person of Szechwan - Bertolt Brecht -- Hot L 
       Baltimore - Lanford Wilson -- Lady Windermere's fan - 
       Oscar Wilde -- The lower depths - Maxim Gorki -- Mourning 
       becomes Electra - Eugene O'Neill -- The Philadelphia story
       - Philip Barry -- Right you are, if you think you are - 
       Luigi Pirandello -- Serjeant Musgrave's dance - John 
       Arden. 
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, 403 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
538    Mode of access: Internet. 
600 10 Anouilh, Jean,|d1910-1987.|tAntigone. 
600 10 Ionesco, Eug̈ne.|tChaises.|lEnglish. 
600 10 Pomerance, Bernard.|tElephant man. 
600 10 Hecht, Ben,|d1894-1964.|tFront page. 
600 10 Kennedy, Adrienne.|tFunnyhouse of a negro. 
600 10 Strindberg, August,|d1849-1912.|tSpḵsonaten.|lEnglish. 
600 10 Brecht, Bertolt,|d1898-1956.|tGute Mensch von Sezuan.
       |lEnglish. 
600 10 Wilson, Lanford,|d1937-2011.|tHot L Baltimore. 
600 10 Wilde, Oscar,|d1854-1900.|tLady Windermere's fan. 
600 10 Gorky, Maksim,|d1868-1936.|tNa dne.|lEnglish. 
600 10 O'Neill, Eugene,|d1888-1953.|tMourning becomes Electra. 
600 10 Barry, Philip,|d1896-1949.|tPhiladelphia story. 
600 10 Pirandello, Luigi,|d1867-1936.|tCos ̈ (se vi pare).
       |lEnglish. 
600 10 Arden, John.|tSerjeant Musgrave's dance. 
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  Milne, Ira Mark,|eeditor. 
710 2  Gale Group. 
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       Library. Click here to access