American Women Theatre Critics: Biographies and Selected by Alma J. Bennett

By Alma J. Bennett

whereas the background of yankee theatre has been broadly documented, the background of its lady reviewers has been sometimes neglected. This publication seeks to right that oversight via exploring the position of the nice woman American critics, thereby increasing their canonical prestige. The anthology presents a quick description of the women’s lives, their operating stipulations, samples in their writing, and aiding analyses. For a few readers, this can be a primary come across with ladies who should be represented within the American theatre in their occasions and famous for his or her contributions to the improvement of dramatic concept and criticism.

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