THE RISE AND FALL OF TEE WELL-MADE PLAY by John Russell Taylor

THE RISE AND FALL OF TEE WELL-MADE PLAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The tailoring of ""the well-made play,"" from Tom Robertson to Terence Rattigan, by way of Henry Arthur Jones and Pinero, Wilde, Maugham, Lonsdale, Galsworthy and Noel Coward. Opposers of the style--Shaw, Yeats, Perfect Wagnerites, Quintessential Ibsenites, Gordon Craig, and how they affected British drama, also comes under consideration.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Hill & Wang