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Approaches to Teaching Beckett's Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Godot offers as much of a challenge in the classroom today as it did to its early audiences in the 1950s. It has become "the centerpiece of a... more info

Editor(s): June Schlueter, Enoch Brater

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Approaches to Teaching the Works of John Dryden
“Dryden is a major figure of the Restoration, writing in almost all of its important genres. This volume is a valuable addition to the series.” James Evans, University of North... more info

Editor(s): Jayne Lewis, Lisa Zunshine

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Approaches to Teaching Eliot's Poetry and Plays
According to a survey of English teachers, most students are introduced to T. S. Eliot's poetry during the first two years of college. ... more info

Editor(s): Jewel Spears Brooker

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Approaches to Teaching English Renaissance Drama
This volume explores the compelling dramatic techniques and rich language found in a wide variety of both well-known and less-familiar Renaissance plays. ... more info

Editor(s): Karen Bamford, Alexander Leggat

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Approaches to Teaching the Dramas of Euripides
Known for their fully drawn characters, artistic complexity, and a multifaceted engagement with social issues, the plays of Euripides inspire divergent critical views. ... more info

Editor(s): Robin Mitchell-Boyask

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Approaches to Teaching Goethe's Faust
This volume provides help and encouragement to the teacher of Faust; it contains suggestions by teachers of German literature, Romance literatures, English and American literatures, comparative literature, history, and psychology. ... more info

Editor(s): Douglas J. McMillan

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Approaches to Teaching Ibsen's A Doll House
Since its publication over a century ago, A Doll House has often been narrowly read as a single-thesis play--as a commentary on women's rights. ... more info

Editor(s): Yvonne Shafer

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Approaches to Teaching Medieval English Drama
Anyone who has recently attended a professional meeting devoted to medieval drama or witnessed a revival of a medieval play knows that the genre is alive and flourishing. ... more info

Editor(s): Richard K. Emmerson

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Approaches to Teaching Miller's Death of a Salesman
"If one were to hazard a guess as to what American play is the most studied at the university level," writes Matthew C. Roudané, "it might not be too fanciful... more info

Editor(s): Matthew C. Roudané

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Approaches to Teaching Molière's Tartuffe and Other Plays
The plays of Molière are immensely popular with both teachers and students, perhaps because, as the editors of this collection of essays observe, they are "immediately accessible despite their being... more info

Editor(s): James F. Gaines, Michael S. Koppisch

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