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From the Modern Repertoire: Series Two (1952) [Anthology]
by Bertolt Brecht E.E. Cummings Francis Fergusson Jean Giraudoux Christian Grabbe Louis MacNeice Octave Mirbeau André Obey Alexander Ostrovsky Frank Wedekind Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Series: From the Modern Repertoire
Part: 2

Summary :

"This second series is perfectly continuous with the first. There is nothing to retract in the Preface to the earlier volume where the principles behind the whole enterprise are stated. Here are ten more plays: that is all. Only two have ever been published in America before, and even they have never before been anthologized." (from the preface by Eric Bentley)

Edited by Eric Bentley

Contents:
- Jest, Satire, Irony and Deeper Significance by Christian Grabbe
- Easy Money by Alexander Ostrovsky
- The Epidemic by Octave Mirbeau
- The Marquis of Keith by Frank Wedekind
- him by e. e. cummings
- Venus and Adonis by André Obey
- Electra by Jean Giraudoux
- The King and the Duke by Francis Fergusson
- The Dark Tower by Louis MacNeice
- Galileo by Bertolt Brecht

Original title: From the Modern Repertoire: Series Two
Original languages: Various

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Genre: Drama and Plays


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From the Modern Repertoire: Series Two (1952)
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Language: English


Edited by: Eric Bentley
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