English one-act plays of today.

Selected and introduced by Donald FitzJohn. by Donald FitzJohn in London, New York, Published for the English Association by the Oxford University Press

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Before him, one-act plays were written in poetry, but he made prose the medium of his one-act plays. In short, he made the drama, simple & real, & brought it nearer to everyday life. He made the modern one-act play what it is & his example has been widely followed.

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