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Drama for students :presenting analysis, context and criticism on commonly studied dramas-David Galens, Lynn Spampinato, editors
Call # R 809.2 DRA
A guide to understanding drama, featuring entries on separate works, each including an introduction to the story and its author, a plot summary, character sketches, discussion of themes and techniques, information about the historical and cultural context of the work, and a critical overview.
Masterplots-Drama Series-edited by Frank Magill
Call # R 809.2 MAS
Each essay contains birth and death dates, time and place of the work's first performance and publication, the play's setting, and principal characters with brief descriptions. the overview section includes a summary of the action and plot; insights into issues in the play, a description of plot devices, staging techniques and characterization, and a perspective on the critical context.
A Treasury of the Theatre: from Henrik Ibsen to Arthur Miller by John Gassner
Call # 808.82 GAS
Includes author biographies and full-text plays.
Gale for Students Collections (Short Stories for Students, Drama for
Students, Poetry for Students, Shakespeare for Students, etc.)
SAMPLE MLA CITATION FOR AN ESSAY REPRINTED FROM A BOOK
Warnken, L. Henry. “Iago As a Projection of Othello.” Shakespeare Encomium. Ed. Anne
Paolucci. N.p.: City College, 1964. 1-15. Rpt. in Shakespeare for Students. Ed. Mark
W. Scott. Vol. 1. Detroit: Gale, 1992. 442-48. Print.
SAMPLE MLA CITATION FOR A SECTION OF AN ENTRY NOT ATTRIBUTED TO A SPECIFIC AUTHOR SUCH
AS THE “INTRODUCTION,” “THEMES,” OR “HISTORICAL CONTEXT” SECTIONS.
“Wild Geese.” Poetry for Students. Ed. Anne Marie Hacht. Vol. 15. Detroit : Gale, 2002.
SAMPLE MLA CITATION FOR A CRITICAL ESSAY WRITTEN ESPECIALLY FOR THE BOOK, SUCH AS THE
Kukathas, Uma. “Critical Essay on ‘Porphyria’s Lover.’” Poetry for Students. Ed. Anne Marie
Hacht. Vol. 15. Detroit: Gale, 2004. 159-61. Print.
Online literature database access to full-text articles from scholarly journals and literary magazines, combined with critical essays, work and topic overviews, full-text works, biographies, and more to provide a wealth of information on authors, their works, and literary movements.
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