Three Plays by Brieux With a Preface by Bernard Shaw

Three Plays by Brieux With a Preface by Bernard Shaw

By Eugène Brieux
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Table of Contents
  • Three Plays by Brieux.
  • Contents
  • Preface By Bernard Shaw.
    • From Molière to Brieux.
    • How the XIX century found itself out.
    • Jack the Ripper.
    • Rise of the Scientific Spirit.
    • Zolaism as a Superstition.
    • The Passing of the Tragic Catastrophe and the Happy Ending.
    • The Difference between Brieux and Molière or Shakespear.
    • Brieux and the Boulevard.
    • The Pedantry of Paris.
    • How to Write a Popular Play.
    • Why the Critics are always Wrong.
    • The Interpreter of Life.
    • How the Great Dramatists torture the Public.
    • Brieux’s Conquest of London.
    • Parisian Stupidity.
    • Brieux and the English Theatre.
    • The Censorship in France and England.
    • Brieux and the English Censorship.
    • Taboo.
    • The Attitude of the People to the Literary Arts.
    • The Dread of the Original Thinker.
    • The Justification of Conventionality.
    • Why Les Hannetons was Censored.
    • Misadventure of a Frenchman in Westminster Abbey.
    • Marriage and Malthus.
    • Brieux and the Respectable Married Man.
    • Brieux shews the Other Side.
    • The Most Unmentionable of All Subjects.
    • Why the Unmentionable Must be Mentioned on the Stage.
    • Brieux and Voltaire.
    • As Good Fish in the Sea.
  • Maternity
    • ACT I
    • ACT II
    • ACT III
  • The Three Daughters of M. Dupont
    • ACT I
    • ACT II
    • ACT III
    • ACT IV
  • Damaged Goods
    • ACT I
    • ACT II
    • ACT III
  • Maternity
    • ACT I
    • ACT II
    • ACT III
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