TITLE

THE INTRUDER By MAURICE MAETERLINCK

PUB. DATE
January 1921
SOURCE
One-Act Plays by Modern Authors;Jan1921, p263)
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on the one-act play "The Intruder," by Maurice Maeterlinck. "The Intruder" was printed in a Belgian periodical in 1890, and is considered as one of the early works of Maeterlinck. Its plot focuses on the mysterious coming of death, and illustrates one of Maeterlinck's pet theories his use of symbols. A brief biography of Maeterlinck is also provided, including his physical characteristics and personality.
ACCESSION #
63611142

 

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