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Author by : Chiori Miyagawa Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-05-01 Publisher by : Lulu.com ISBN : 9780578101897 File Size : 43,5 Mb Total Download : 359
AMERICA DREAMING is a collection of distinctive plays by playwright Chiori Miyagawa with an introduction by dramaurge Emily Morse that illuminates a unique theatrical vision of how America dreams itself anew.
Author by : F. Scott Fitzgerald Languange Used : en Release Date : 2014-08-12 Publisher by : New Canadian Library ISBN : 9781551997285 File Size : 54,6 Mb Total Download : 648
A classic American novel, The Great Gatsby is a monumental exploration of the American Dream, set in a colourful world of crime, infidelity, and lost love. Nick Carraway has just moved to Long Island, and the biggest name on the block is Gatsby, the eccentric millionaire who throws parties he does not attend. When Nick gets a chance to meet him he finds himself pulled into Gatsby’s machinations to win back his lost love – Nick’s married cousin, Daisy. F. Scott Fitzgerald vividly captures the roaring twenties in this, possibly his most famous work, all while exploring themes ranging from
Author by : Leslie Elaine Frost Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013 Publisher by : ISBN : 0814212131 File Size : 49,7 Mb Total Download : 934
Dreaming America: Popular Front Ideals and Aesthetics in Children's Plays of the Federal Theatre Project by Leslie Elaine Frost traces how the tumultuous politics of the late 1930s shaped the stories and staging of federally funded plays for children. Indeed, children's theater was central to the Federal Theatre Project's vision of building a national theater. Frost argues that representations of the child and childhood in the FTP children's plays stage the hopes and anxieties of a nation destabilized by both economic collapse and technological advances. A declining economy and the first stagn