Edward Albee: A Casebook (Casebooks on Modern Dramatists)Online Periodical or Article
From the "angry young man" who wrote Who's Afraid ofVirginia Woolfin 1962, determined to expose the emptiness of American experience to Tiny Alicewhich reveals his indebtedness to Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco's Theatre of the Absurd, Edward Albee's varied work makes it difficult to label him precisely. Bruce Mann and his contributors approach Albee as an innovator in theatrical form, filling a critical gap in theatrical scholarship.
Publisher: Ipswich, MA : Great Neck Publishing
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