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Plautus, c. 254-184 BC, ancient Rome. Key works: The Menaechmi; Bacchides; Amphitryon; Pseudolus; Rudens (The Storm).

Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of 'The Homecoming' by Harold Pinter.

Arthur Miller: Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Arthur Miller's 'Incident At Vichy'. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

How does Mary Astell's view on education differ from John Milton's? Follow the link attached to this image and read a comparative study of the works of John Milton through a feminist lens.

Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Carter Brown's novel 'Wheeler, Dealer!' See how Brown uses a descriptive approach to discuss topis like ecology, gender performance, rape culture, and perceived race. See how these things play out and how paratext impacts a work. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.

Read my review for Tom Stoppard's classic play; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

My latest review is up! Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of the classic Philip K. Dick novel that examines what the world would be like had that Nazis and Japan won WWII!

Follow the link attached to this image and read reviews for three Agatha Christie novels.

Read my review of Shakespeare's King Edward III by following the link attached to this image.

Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Donald Goines`s novel Cry Revenge.

Click on the link attached to this image and read my review about Death Of A Salesman.

Plautus.gif (180×259) Titus Maccius Plautus (c. 254–184 BC, Sarsina Umbria), commonly known as "Plautus", was a Roman playwright of the Old Latin period. His comedies are the earliest surviving intact works in Latin literature. Influenced William Shakespeare.

Henry James, via Harvard.

Tennessee Williams on location for filming of the motion picture adaptation of his play The Night of the Iguana. Mismaloya, Mexico 1963

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The many plays of G. B. Shaw, especially "Pygmalion" and "Major Barbara" and several others.

Ivan Turgenev, 1818-1883, Russia. Key works: A Provincial Lady (1851); Fortune's Fool (1857); A Month in the Country (1855).

Anton Chekhov was a Russian physician who also wrote plays and short stories. By the time he died, he was considered second only to Tolstoy when it came to famous Russian writers.

Georges Feydeau, French playwright of the era, December 8, 1862 - June 5, 1921.

Anton Chekhov

George Bernard Shaw