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The Resource Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire : a collection of critical essays, edited by Jordan Y. Miller. -

Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire : a collection of critical essays, edited by Jordan Y. Miller. -

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Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire : a collection of critical essays
Title
Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire
Title remainder
a collection of critical essays
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jordan Y. Miller. -
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Subject
Language
eng
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MVLC
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1919-2008
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Miller, Jordan Yale
Dewey number
812/.5/4
LC call number
PS3545.I5365
LC item number
S825
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Twentieth century interpretations
  • A Spectrum book S-880
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Williams, Tennessee
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Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire : a collection of critical essays, edited by Jordan Y. Miller. -
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction, by J. Y. Miller.--Notebook for A streetcar named Desire, by E. Kazan.--Review of a tryout performance in Boston, by E. Hughes.--Streetcar named Desire sets season's high in acting, writing, by J. Chapman.--Streetcar named Desire is striking drama, by R. Watts, Jr.--"Streetcar" tragedy--Mr. Williams' report on life in New Orleans, by B. Atkinson.--O'Neill status won by author of "Streetcar", by H. Barnes.--The streetcar isn't drawn by Pegasus, by G. J. Nathan.--Review of Streetcar named Desire, by J. W. Krutch.--Southern discomfort, by J. M. Brown.--Masterpiece, by I. Shaw.--Miss Vivien Leigh, by H. Hobson.--Laughter dans le tramway, by R. MacColl.--Williams' feminine characters, by D. da Ponte.--A trio of Tennessee Williams' heroines: the psychology of prostitution, by P. Weissman.--Tennessee Williams and the tragedy of sensitivity, by J. T. von Szeliski.--The innocence of Tennessee Williams, by M. Magid.--A streetcar named Desire--Neitzsche descending, by J. N. Riddell.--Most famous of streetcars, by W. D. Sievers.--The southern gentlewoman, by S. Falk.--Tennessee Williams: Streetcar to glory, by C. W. E. Bigsby.--Selected bibliography (p. 116-119)
Control code
419893
Dimensions
21 cm. -
Extent
vi, 119 pages
Isbn
9780138514938
Lccn
70160539
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • n
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(Sirsi) 419893
Label
Twentieth century interpretations of A streetcar named Desire : a collection of critical essays, edited by Jordan Y. Miller. -
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction, by J. Y. Miller.--Notebook for A streetcar named Desire, by E. Kazan.--Review of a tryout performance in Boston, by E. Hughes.--Streetcar named Desire sets season's high in acting, writing, by J. Chapman.--Streetcar named Desire is striking drama, by R. Watts, Jr.--"Streetcar" tragedy--Mr. Williams' report on life in New Orleans, by B. Atkinson.--O'Neill status won by author of "Streetcar", by H. Barnes.--The streetcar isn't drawn by Pegasus, by G. J. Nathan.--Review of Streetcar named Desire, by J. W. Krutch.--Southern discomfort, by J. M. Brown.--Masterpiece, by I. Shaw.--Miss Vivien Leigh, by H. Hobson.--Laughter dans le tramway, by R. MacColl.--Williams' feminine characters, by D. da Ponte.--A trio of Tennessee Williams' heroines: the psychology of prostitution, by P. Weissman.--Tennessee Williams and the tragedy of sensitivity, by J. T. von Szeliski.--The innocence of Tennessee Williams, by M. Magid.--A streetcar named Desire--Neitzsche descending, by J. N. Riddell.--Most famous of streetcars, by W. D. Sievers.--The southern gentlewoman, by S. Falk.--Tennessee Williams: Streetcar to glory, by C. W. E. Bigsby.--Selected bibliography (p. 116-119)
Control code
419893
Dimensions
21 cm. -
Extent
vi, 119 pages
Isbn
9780138514938
Lccn
70160539
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(Sirsi) 419893

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