Imaginative Literature (Gateway to the Great Books, #4)

This volume of the Gateway to the Great Books covers plays Moliere The MisanthropeMoliere The Doctor in Spite of HimselfSheridan The School for ScandalIbsen An Enemy of the PeopleChekov The Cherry OrchardShaw The Man of DestinySynge Riders to the SeaO Neill The Emperor Jones
Imaginative Literature Gateway to the Great Books This volume of the Gateway to the Great Books covers plays Moliere The MisanthropeMoliere The Doctor in Spite of HimselfSheridan The School for ScandalIbsen An Enemy of the PeopleChekov The Cherry Orc

  • Title: Imaginative Literature (Gateway to the Great Books, #4)
  • Author: Robert Maynard Hutchins Mortimer J. Adler Clifton Fadiman Molière Richard Sheridan Henrik Ibsen Anton Chekhov George Bernard Shaw
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I find that if you're not used to reading plays, it takes a while to adjust.What I mean is that while I read them all, several of these plays passed over my head and I have no recollection of them. These include Sheridan's "The School for Scandal" and both of Moliere's plays.My opinion may well change on future readings of the collection. The ones that I found easiest to take in on my first reading were Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People," Shaw's "The Man of Destiny," and O'Neill's "The Emperor Jon [...]

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