The theme of loneliness in modern American drama

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The theme of loneliness in modern American drama
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Frazer, Winifred L., 1916-
University of Florida Press
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American drama -- History and criticism -- 20th century   ( lcsh )
American drama -- Themes, motives   ( lcsh )
Loneliness in literature   ( lcsh )
Théâtre américain -- Thèmes, motifs -- 20e siècle   ( rvm )
Solitude dans la littérature   ( rvm )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )


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by Winifred L. Dusenbury.

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oclc - 575741612
lcc - PS338.L6 F7 1960
ddc - 812/.5/09353
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