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Antaeus: Plays in One Act

Edited by Daniel Halpern

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A collection of contemporary one-act plays by 44 established writers: Koko Abe, Edward Albee, Amiri Baraka, Jane Bowles, Richard Ford, David Hare, Vaclav Havel, Gert Hoffman, Adrienne Kennedy, David Mamet, Arthur Miller, Joyce Carol Oates, John Osborne, James Purdy, Milcha Sanchez-Scott, Sam Shepard, Tom Stoppard and Clive Exton , Eudora Welty, Tennessee Williams and August Wilson , Christopher Durang, Robert Auletta Maria Irene Fornes, Edward Gorey, Richard Greenberg, John Guare, A.R.Gurney Jr., Beth Henley, Tina Howe, Garrison Keillor, Harry Kondoleon, Arthur Kopit, Carol S. Lashof, Romulus Linney, Grace McKeaney, Terrence McNally, Joseph McPhillips, Cassandra Medley, Jonathon Reynolds, Perry Souchuk, Lynne Alvarez, Andrew Vachss and Lanford Wilson.

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Normally shipped | Enquiries only
Publisher | Vintage
Published date | 20 Aug 1992
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Format | Paperback
Pages | 512
Dimensions | 216 x 135 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 623g
ISBN | 978-0-0027-1249-1
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BISAC | literary collections / general

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