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She Stoops to Conquer (Acting Edition)

Oliver Goldsmith

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ISBN 10: 0573014132 / ISBN 13: 9780573014130
Published by Samuel French Ltd
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Title: She Stoops to Conquer (Acting Edition)

Publisher: Samuel French Ltd

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Used: Like New

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This edition of a familiar and ever-delightful classic of the stage is intended to satisfy two current demands in the teach­ing of secondary English. It will make available for school use the most successful and the most important, historically, of Goldsmith's plays. It will thus afford to pupils and teachers a wider field of choice, to suit their various and varying tastes. It will also provide material for the more reasoned study of its period and its type. All who read Macaulay's "" Johnson"", or the ""Selections"" from Boswell, or Burke's ""Speech on Con­ciliation"", or Thackeray's ""English Humorists"", as well as those who wish a text illustrative of Johnson's period in the history of English literature or English drama, will here find their needs supplied

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The plays of Aurand Harris have been produced and applauded in thousands of productions around the world for nearly a half century. Harris was a prodigious dramatist, writing a new published play each season. He was a tireless experimenter of forms, themes, subjects. This modest man of irrepressible imagination and energy carried a vast array of honors and accolades. He was the first recipient of a National Endowment of the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in Children's Theatre. He received an honorary doctorate from a mid-western university, and was introduced into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre. He was the first playwright to receive the Medallion of the Children's Theatre Foundation of America.

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