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Three Tall Women

Author : Edward Albee
ISBN : STANFORD:36105009795480
Genre : Drama
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Recovering from the brink of death after venting her frustrations about an unjust world, a ninety-two-year-old woman recounts three stages of her painful life, in an award-winning play by the author of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. 10,000 first printing. Fireside Theatre Main.
Category: Drama

Three Tall Women

Author : Edward Albee
ISBN : 0613367057
Genre : Drama
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Hovering on the brink of death, a ninety-two-year-old woman recounts three stages of her painful life
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Three Tall Women

Author : Edward Albee
ISBN : 0452274001
Genre : Drama
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Hovering on the brink of death, a ninety-two-year-old woman recounts three stages of her painful life
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Edward Albee S Three Tall Women

Author : Edward Albee
ISBN : 0822214202
Genre : Drama
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Hovering on the brink of death, a ninety-two-year-old woman recounts three stages of her painful life.
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Three Tall Women

Author : Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
ISBN : 020537591X
Genre : Feminist theory
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Category: Feminist theory

A Study Guide For Edward Albee S Three Tall Women

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410360519
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Study Guide for Edward Albee's "Three Tall Women," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Drama For Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Drama For Students for all of your research needs.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Other Place

Author : Sharr White
ISBN : 0822225395
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: Just as Juliana Smithton's research leads to a potential breakthrough, her life takes a disorienting turn. During a lecture to colleagues at an exclusive beach resort, she glimpses an enigmatic young woman in a yellow bikini amidst the c
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The Tall Book

Author : Arianne Cohen
ISBN : 1608191109
Genre : Social Science
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The Tall Book is a celebration of the tall-advantaged, which notes and explores the myriad benefits that come with living large--from the simple pleasures of being able to see over crowds at a parade, to the professional joys of earning more money, and having others perceive you as a natural leader. The Tall Book also offers well-researched explanations into the great unanswered questions of tallness, including: Why are people tall to begin with? How have tall people figured throughout history? Why are CEOs so tall? And how does tallness affect the dating game? Filled with illustrative graphics, charts, and piles of tall miscellanea and factoids, The Tall Book is a wonderful and much-needed exploration of life from on high.
Category: Social Science

Edward Albee A Singular Journey

Author : Mel Gussow
ISBN : 9781476711706
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1960, Edward Albee electrified the theater world with the American premiere of The Zoo Story, and followed it two years later with his extraordinary first Broadway play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Proclaimed as the playwright of his generation, he went on to win three Pulitzer Prizes for his searing and innovative plays. Mel Gussow, author, critic, and cultural writer for The New York Times, has known Albee and followed his career since its inception, and in this fascinating biography he creates a compelling firsthand portrait of a complex genius. The book describes Albee's life as the adopted child of rich, unloving parents and covers the highs and lows of his career. A core myth of Albee's life, perpetuated by the playwright, is that The Zoo Story was his first play, written as a thirtieth birthday present to himself. As Gussow relates, Albee has been writing since adolescence, and through close analysis the author traces the genesis of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Tiny Alice, A Delicate Balance, and other plays. After his early triumphs, Albee endured years of critical neglect and public disfavor. Overcoming artistic and personal difficulties, he returned in 1994 with Three Tall Women. In this prizewinning play he came to terms with the towering figure of his mother, the woman who dominated so much of his early life. With frankness and critical acumen, and drawing on extensive conversations with the playwright, Gussow offers fresh insights into Albee's life. At the same time he provides vivid portraits of Albee's relationships with the people who have been closest to him, including William Flanagan (his first mentor), Thornton Wilder, Richard Barr, John Steinbeck, Alan Schneider, John Gielgud, and his leading ladies, Uta Hagen, Colleen Dewhurst, Irene Worth, Myra Carter, Elaine Stritch, Marian Seldes, and Maggie Smith. And then there are, most famously, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who starred in Mike Nichols's acclaimed film version of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The book places Albee in context as a playwright who inspired writers as diverse as John Guare and Sam Shepard, and as a teacher and champion of human rights. Edward Albee: A Singular Journey is rich with colorful details about this uniquely American life. It also contains previously unpublished photographs and letters from and to Albee. It is the essential book about one of the major artists of the American theater.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Waverly Gallery

Author : Kenneth Lonergan
ISBN : 0573627509
Genre : Alzheimer's disease
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Kenneth Lonergan is known for his trademark humor and genius for capturing the real heart and soul of human interactions. Time magazine raved that he is "among our most gifted, unflinching and unpretentious new playwrights", and called his first play, This Is Our Youth, one of the ten best plays of 1998. With The Waverly Gallery, Lonergan has once again shown himself to have "one of the keenest ears of any working playwright" (Ben Brantley, The New York Times). A powerfully poignant and often hilarious play, The Waverly Gallery is about the final years of a generous, chatty, and feisty grandmother's final battle against Alzheimer's disease. Gladys is an old school lefty and social activist and longtime owner of a small art gallery in Greenwich Village. The play explores her fight to retain her independence and the subsequent effect of her decline on her family, especially her grandson. More than a memory play, The Waverly Gallery captures the humor and strength of a family in the face of crisis.
Category: Alzheimer's disease