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Thornton Wilder : Collected Plays & Writings On Theater (2007, original release: 2007)
Series: Library of America #172
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Call Number 812.52/WILDER,T


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Adult Nonfiction812.52/WILDER,TDue 10-23-18
Published: New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade in the United States by Penguin Putnam, [2007] ©2007
Series: Library of America
Description:  x, 871 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1598530038 (alk. paper), 9781598530032 (alk. paper),
Language:  English




Nascuntur poetae -- Proserpina and the devil -- Fanny Otcott -- Brother fire -- The penny that beauty spent -- The angel on the ship -- The message and Jehanne -- Childe Roland to the dark tower came -- Centaurs -- Leviathan -- And the sea shall give up its dead -- Now the servant's name was Malchus -- Mozart and the Gray Steward -- Hast Thou considered my servant job? -- The flight into Egypt -- The angel that troubled the waters -- The long Christmas dinner -- Queens of France -- Pullman Car Hiawatha -- Love and how to cure it -- Such things only happen in books -- The happy journey to Trenton and Camden -- Our town -- The skin of our teeth -- The matchmaker -- The Alcestiad -- The drunken sisters -- The marriage we deplore -- The unerring instinct -- Scenes from The Emporium -- Bernice -- The wreck on the five-twenty-five -- A ringing of doorbells -- In Shakespeare and the Bible -- Someone from Assisi -- Cement hands -- Infancy -- Childhood -- Youth -- The rivers under the earth -- Foreword to The Angel That Troubled the Waters and Other Plays -- Notes for the producer : The Long Christmas Dinner -- Notes for the producer : The Happy Journey -- A preface for Our Town -- Our Town : story of the play -- Our Town : some suggestions for the director -- Our Town - from stage to screen : a correspondence between Thornton Wilder and Sol Lesser -- Preface to Three Plays -- Notes on The Alcestiad -- Noting the nature of farce -- Some thoughts on playwriting -- Richard Beer-Hofmann's Jaakobs Traum -- Sophocles's Oedipus Rex -- Foreword to three comedies by Johann Nestroy -- George Bernard Shaw -- Shadow of a doubt

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