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by Laurence Senelick

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Title:The American Stage: Writing on Theater from Washington Irving to Tony Kushner (Library of America, No. 203)
Authors:Laurence Senelick
Info:Library of America (2010), Hardcover, 850 pages
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The American Stage: Writing on Theater from Washington Irving to Tony Kushner (Library of America, No. 203) by Laurence Senelick

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Presents a history of American theater throughout the centuries with writings from prominent figures within the field and famous writers that analyzes the art's genres and its influence over society.

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