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The Cambridge Companion to David Mamet (Cambridge Companions to… (edition 2004)

by Christopher Bigsby (Editor)

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Title:The Cambridge Companion to David Mamet (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
Authors:Christopher Bigsby (Editor)
Info:Cambridge University Press (2004), 268 pages
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Offering both student and theatergoer a guide to one of the most celebrated living American dramatists, this volume covers the complete range of Mamet's writing, as well as his films, such as The Verdict and Wag the Dog. Additional chapters also explore Mamet and acting, Mamet as director, his fiction, and a survey of Mamet criticism. The Companion will prepare the reader for future work by this important and influential writer.

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