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Sarah Ruhl: A Critical Study of the Plays

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"This critical volume represents the first book-length treatment of her work. The text tracks the evolution of her style and aesthetic, situates her body of work within the American theatre scene, investigates her influences, and provides in-depth analyses of her plays, including Euridyce, The Clean House, Passion Play, and In the Next Room"--Provided by publisher.
Paperback, 220 pages
Published February 25th 2011 by McFarland & Company
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I read the chapters on Eurydice, Dead Man's Cell Phone, and In the Next Room. Very informative and instructive.
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