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Aeschylus: comprehensive research and study guide (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Anton Chekhov (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Aristophanes (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Arthur Miller (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Ben Jonson (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Christopher Marlowe (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Eugene Ionesco (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Euripides: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
George Bernard Shaw (Bloom's Major Dramatist : Comprehensive Research and Study Guide) by Harold Bloom
Henrik Ibsen (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Luigi Pirandello (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Moliere (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Neil Simon (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Oscar Wilde (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Shakespeare's Comedies (Bloom's Major Dramatist) by Harold Bloom
Shakespeare's Histories: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide by Harold Bloom
Shakespeare's Romances (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Tennessee Williams (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom
Thornton Wilder (Bloom's Major Dramatists) by Harold Bloom

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