The scarecrow or The glass of truth; a tragedy of the ludicrous
Paperback: 204
Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Language: English
ISBN: 9780649009893
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches

The scarecrow or The glass of truth; a tragedy of the ludicrous

Percy MacKaye

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About the Book

This title falls under American Drama. United States Drama has traditionally been heavily focussed in the vicinity of New York City's opera and Broadway scene. Some of these plays are: The Blood of the Fathers, Robin Hood, King Saul, The Climbers, The Shackles of Fate, The Bicyclers, Children of Earth, Kismet: An "Arabian Knight".

Also in this Book

Books within the Romance Novel genre focus a romantic relationship between two or more people. This genre can also incorporate elements of other genres, such as fantasy, or historical romance. Examples of this genre include: Northanger Abbey, Two on a Tower, Flatland, The border of Blades: an Anglo-Indian romance, A Rose of a Hundred Leaves, An experiment in marriage, and Betty: A Last Century Love Story.

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Continental Europe has a long standing drama tradition, including Austrian, Italian and French opera, and plays dating from the German Romanticism of the 19th century, and French Romanticism of the same period. Some examples of European drama include: Aida, La Sonnambula, Die Verkaufte Braut, Don Carlos, Elektra, La Bohème, Lakmé, Mary Stuart, "Salome", The Blue Bird, Véronique, The Flying Dutchman, A Doll's House and Der Snob.

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An essential, accessible read that everyone should have on their bookshelves.


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