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THE SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE
OF THE MODERN DRAMA

BOSTON: RICHARD G. BADGER
TORONTO: THE COPP CLARK CO., LIMITED

Copyright, 1914, by Richard G. Badger
All Rights Reserved
THE GORHAM PRESS, BOSTON, U.S.A.

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CONTENTS

Foreword

THE SCANDINAVIAN DRAMA

Henrik Ibsen
The Pillars of Society
A Doll's House
Ghosts
An Enemy of Society

August Strindberg
The Father
Countess Julie
Comrades

THE GERMAN DRAMA

Hermann Sudermann
Magda
The Fires of St. John

Gerhart Hauptmann
Lonely Lives
The Weavers
The Sunken Bell

Frank Wedekind
The Awakening of Spring

THE FRENCH DRAMA

Maurice Maeterlinck
Monna Vanna

Edmond Rostand
Chantecler

Brieux
Damaged Goods
Maternity

THE ENGLISH DRAMA

George Bernard Shaw
Mrs. Warren's Profession
Major Barbara

John Galsworthy
Strife
Justice
The Pigeon

Stanley Houghton
Hindle Wakes

Githa Sowerby
Rutherford and Son

THE IRISH DRAMA

William Butler Yeats
Where There Is Nothing

Lenox Robinson
Harvest

T. G. Murray
Maurice Harte

THE RUSSIAN DRAMA

Leo Tolstoy
The Power of Darkness

Anton Tchekhof
The Seagull
The Cherry Orchard

Maxim Gorki
A Night's Lodging

Leonid Andreyev
King-Hunger


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