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Battles of the sexes onstage: explorations of changing Gender roles by four American women playwrights of the 1910s-1930s
Battle of the Sexes Onstage: Explorations of Changing Gender Roles by Four American Women Playwrights of the 1910s-1930s analyzes plays by Rachel Crothers, Susan Glaspell, Sophie Treadwell, and Dawn Powell in order to ...
The application of Jungian archetypes to the analysis of character in three early plays by W. B. Yeats
The purpose of the following study is to explore and examine three early plays authored by the iconic late-19th and 20th-century Irish poet-playwright W. B. Yeats (1865-1939) through the identification and conscious ...
A drama in two acts, Bloodlines centers upon a traditional farm family in Iowa, several years in the future. The climate has changed, and though they struggle to maintain the centuries-old family home and traditions ...
Redating Pericles: A Re-examination of Shakespeare’s Pericles as an Elizabethan Play
Pericles's apparent inferiority to Shakespeare’s mature works raises many questions for scholars. Was Shakespeare collaborating with an inferior playwright or playwrights? Did he allow so many corrupt printed versions ...
A Gathering of Voices: Storytelling with Nilo Cruz and Students in the Urban Core
“A Gathering of Voices: Storytelling with Nilo Cruz and Students in the Urban Core” examines the importance of storytelling and the impact it can have in our lives through theatre, literature, and our own context and ...