Citations with the tag: GLASPELL, Susan, 1876-1948

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  • Trifles.
    Glaspell, Susan // Law in Literature: Legal Themes in Drama; 1995, p496 

    The article presents the script of the play "Trifles," by Susan Glaspell.

  • The Plea.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p12 

    Presents the short story "The Plea,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • "Out There."
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p59 

    Presents the short story "Out There,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • At Twilight.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p96 

    Presents the short story "At Twilight,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • Trifles.
    Glaspell, Susan // Piecework; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p62 

    The article presents the script of the play "Trifles," by Susan Glaspell.

    GLASPELL, SUSAN // Best Short Stories of 1921 & the Yearbook of the American Short ; 1/1/1921, p13 

    The short story "His Smile," by Susan Glaspell is presented.

    GLASPELL, SUSAN // Best Short Stories of 1917 & the Yearbook of the American Short ; 1/1/1918, p14 

    The short story "A Jury of Her Peers," by Susan Glaspell is presented.

    GLASPELL, SUSAN // Best Short Stories of 1919 & the Yearbook of the American Short ; 1/1/1919, p15 

    The short story "Government Goat," by Susan Glaspell is presented.

  • Susan Glaspell's fiction: Fidelity as American romance.
    Carpentier, Martha C. // Twentieth Century Literature (Twentieth Century Literature); Spring94, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p92 

    Provides a feminist analysis of playwright Susan Glaspell's fiction. Identification with play `Trifles' based on the short story `Jury of Her Peers'; Novels written by Glaspell; Exclusion of women's fiction from the American canon during the 1930s; Radical content of Glaspell's fiction;...

  • After the Play.
    Young, Stark // New Republic; 12/7/21, Vol. 29 Issue 366, p47 

    Reviews the theatrical production "The Verge," by Susan Glaspel, presented at the Provincetown Theatre in New York City.

  • O'Neill's Cape(d) Compatriot.
    Ben-Zvi, Linda // Eugene O'Neill Review (Eugene O'Neill Review); Spring/Fall1995, Vol. 19 Issue 1/2, p129 

    The article investigates the personal, professional and critical relationship between dramatists Eugene O'Neill and Susan Glaspell. O'Neill's wife Agnes reveals that her husband used to spend a lot of time talking to Glaspell as neighbors in Provincetown, Massachusetts from 1916 until 1922. The...

  • Suppressed Desires and Tickless Time: An Intertextual Critique of Modernity.
    Noe, Marcia; Marlowe, Robert LLoyd // American Drama; Winter2005, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1 

    Presents a contextual analysis of "Suppressed Desires" and "Tickless Time," two plays by playwrights Susan Glaspell and George Cram Cook. Similarities and differences of the two plays; Analysis of the protagonists of the two plays; Explanation that "Tickless Time" shows the limits of...

  • Fugitive's Return (Book).
    Noe, Marcia; Marlowe, Robert LLoyd // New Republic; 2/19/30, Vol. 62 Issue 794, p26 

    Reviews the book "Fugitive's Return," by Susan Glaspell.

  • Dead Husbands and Other "Girls' Stuff": The Trifles in Legally Blonde.
    Marsh, Kelly A. // Literature Film Quarterly; 2005, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p201 

    This article looks at the similarities between the play "Trifles" and motion picture "Legally Blonde." The 1916 play "Trifles," written by Susan Glaspell, has long been regarded as a significant work of feminist drama. The film "Legally Blonde" is the most recent incarnation of "Trifles." The...

  • Literary Contexts in Plays: Susan Glaspell's "Trifles".
    McDaniel, L. Bailey // Literary Contexts in Plays: Susan Glaspell's 'Trifles'; 2006, p1 

    The essay presents a summary and analysis of Susan Glaspell's 1920 play "Trifles." In addition to considering the cultural relevance of the play, its author, her larger body of work, and the real-life incident on which the drama is based, this essay considers the socio-historical components...

  • "One of Those Impossible Americans."
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p2 

    Presents the short story "One of Those Impossible Americans,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • For Love of the Hills.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p18 

    Presents the short story "For Love of the Hills,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • Freckles M'Grath.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p24 

    Presents the short story "Freckles M'Grath,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • From A to Z.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p30 

    Presents the short story "From A to Z,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • The Man of Flesh and Blood.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p42 

    Presents the short story "The Man of Flesh and Blood,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • How the Prince Saw America.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p49 

    Presents the short story "How the Prince Saw America,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • The Last Sixty Minutes.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p55 

    Presents the short story "The Last Sixty Minutes,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • The Preposterous Motive.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p68 

    Presents the short story "The Preposterous Motive,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • His America.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p75 

    Presents the short story "His America,” by Susan Glaspell.

  • His Anarchist: His Dog.
    Glaspell, Susan // Lifted Masks; Stories; 1/1/1912, p85 

    Presents the short story "His Anarchist: His Dog,” by Susan Glaspell.

    Eisenhauer, Drew // Eugene O'Neill Review (Pennsylvania State University Press); 2013, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p106 

    The article reviews the book "Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell," by Noelia Hernando-Real.

  • PART ONE: Susan Glaspell (1876-1948).
    Eisenhauer, Drew // American Women Playwrights, 1900-1950; 1995, p36 

    This article analyzes the plays written by U.S. dramatist Susan Glaspell. This analysis was made on the basis of many factors including critical and popular response to the plays and the impact of the plays at the time of production. It also discusses the influence of Glaspell as a perceived...

    Alkalay-Gut, Karen // Studies in Short Fiction; Winter84, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p1 

    Examines the short story 'Jury of Her Peers,' by Susan Glaspell and the play 'Trifles.' Plot of the story; Theme indicated in the sequence of events; Approach in understanding the story.

  • Twelve Good Men or Two Good Women: Concepts of Law and Justice in Susan Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers."
    Bendel-Simso, Mary M. // Studies in Short Fiction; Summer99, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p291 

    Analyzes the short story 'A Jury of Her Peers,' by Susan Glaspell. Plot of the story; Details of the main characters; Writing style of Glaspell.

  • Chapter 8: Susan Glaspell: Dionysian.
    Cotsell, Michael // Theater of Trauma: American Modernist Drama & the Psychological ; 2005, p137 

    Chapter 8 of the book "The Theater of Trauma: American Modernist Drama and the Psychological Struggle for the American Mind, 1900-1930" is presented. It highlights dramatist Susan Glaspell's works which reflect resistance to the prevailing Freudian culture during her times. Summaries on...

  • Chapter Two: Reconfiguring the Subject/Recuperating Realism: Susan Glaspell's Unseen Woman.
    Noe, Marcia // New Readings in American Drama; 2002, p9 

    The article focuses on the unseen female characters in the plays written by Susan Glaspell. The playwright produced a means for woman to inhabit the subject position at the same time elude the male gaze that objectifies and eroticizes the female character. She created an innovative dramatic...

  • Brook Evans (Book).
    Noe, Marcia // New Republic; 9/26/28, Vol. 56 Issue 721, p160 

    Reviews the book "Brook Evans," by Susan Glaspell.

    Noe, Marcia // New Republic; 5/27/31, Vol. 67 Issue 860, p54 

    Reviews the book "Ambrose Holt and Family," by Susan Glaspell.

  • Honor or Virtue Unrewarded: Susan Glaspell's Parodic Challenge to Ideologies of Sexual Conduct and the Discourse of Intimacy.
    Friedman, Sharon // New England Theatre Journal; 2006, Vol. 17, p35 

    This paper considers Susan Glaspell's use of parody--both comic and serious--in a range of genres to challenge the shifting and often opposing ideologies surrounding constructs of intimacy and women's sexual conduct in the first decades of the twentieth century. The iconic figures that she...

  • Trifles: The Path to Sisterhood.
    Mael, Phyllis // Literature Film Quarterly; 1989, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p281 

    Examines the film adaptation of Susan Glaspell's 'Trifles,' directed by Sally Heckel. Distinction of the works of Glasspell; Analysis of the issues on gender and moral development in the book; Strategies considered by Heckel in filming the book.

  • A Jury of Her Peers.
    Glaspell, Susan // Cicada; Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p33 

    The short story "A Jury of Her Peers," by Susan Glaspell is presented.

    Mandl, Bette // Eugene O'Neill Review (Eugene O'Neill Review); Spring/Fall1996, Vol. 20 Issue 1/2, p153 

    The article reviews the book "Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction," edited by Linda Ben-Zvi.

  • Susan Glaspell: New Directions in Critical Inquiry/Disclosing Intertextualities: The Stories, Plays, and Novels of Susan Glaspell.
    Barlow, Judith E. // Theatre History Studies; 2008, Vol. 28, p188 

    The article reviews the book "Susan Glaspell: New Directions in Critical Inquiry," by Susan Glaspell, and edited by Martha Carpenter.

  • Susan Glaspell: The Complete Plays.
    Black, Cheryl // Comparative Drama; Spring2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p99 

    The article reviews the book "Susan Glaspell: The Complete Plays" edited by Linda Ben-Zvi and J. Ellen Gainor.

  • Intertextuality in the Early Plays of Susan Glaspell and Eugene O'Neill.
    Noe, Marcia // American Drama; Winter2002, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p1 

    An essay is presented on the nature of professional relationship between playwrights Susan Glaspell and Eugene O'Neill. It discusses the intertextual relationship between Glaspell's best-known and most critically applauded play "Trifles" and many of O'Neill's one-act plays that were produced by...

  • She Also Wrote.
    Greenberg, Shoshana // Dramatist; Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p41 

    The articles provides information on several women playwrights. Zona Gale is the first woman to receive the Pulitzer for drama. Susan Glaspell won her Pulitzer for "Alison's House," a play based on Emily Dickinson. Rachel Crothers founded the Stage Women's Relief Fund during World War I and...

  • Representations of Rural Women in Susan Glaspell's Trifles.
    Al-Khalili, Raja // Studies in Literature & Language; 2/28/2013, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p132 

    Rural American women usually appear as marginal characters in mainstream early twentieth century literature. Susan Glaspell, however, sought to represent the lives and hardships of the simple rural women residing in various regions in America and forgotten by society. In Trifles (1916) the...

    Al-Khalili, Raja // Eugene O'Neill Review (Eugene O'Neill Review); 2008, Vol. 30, p165 

    The article reviews the book "Susan Glaspell and the Anxiety of Expression: Language of Isolation in the Plays," by Kristina Hinz-Bode.

  • Chapter 4: Trauma, Dissociation, and Modernist Dramatic Form.
    Cotsell, Michael // Theater of Trauma: American Modernist Drama & the Psychological ; 2005, p77 

    Chapter 4 of the book "The Theater of Trauma: American Modernist Drama and the Psychological Struggle for the American Mind, 1900-1930" is presented. It highlights the elements of the informing culture such as spiritism and mysticism which have influenced the development of symbolism and...

  • Chapter Fifteen: The Agoraphobic Imagination: The Protagonist Who Murders and the Critics Who Praise Her.
    Nester, Nancy L. // New Readings in American Drama; 2002, p195 

    The article focuses on female playwrights Susan Glaspell, Sophie Treadwell and Wendy Kesselman, who create murderous women protagonists in their plays. Female drama critics reveal the manifestations of an agoraphobic imagination capable of circumscribing the protagonist and the critic. The play...

  • George Cram "Jig" Cook.
    Rand brown, Susan // Provincetown Arts; 2015/2016, p140 

    The article details the travel of biographer Linda Ben-Zvi to Delphi, Greece in search of materials that illuminate the life of George Cram "Jig" Cook, a key figure in the formation and direction of the theater group Provincetown Players in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Topics discussed include...

  • Late Spring Plays.
    Jordan, Elizabeth // America; 5/30/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p188 

    The article discusses the 1931 annual choice of the best American play made by the Pulitzer Prize Jury in the U.S. The award has been received with such outcries of surprise and pain by the press and public. The dramatic critics have been candid in their condemnation that to them the play which...

    Mustazza, Leonard // Studies in Short Fiction; Fall89, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p489 

    Discusses the changes that Susan Glaspell made in the process of generic translation in her short story 'A Jury of Her Peers,' and the one-act play from which it derives, 'Trifles.' Similarity in the overall narrative movement of the works; Glaspell's incorporation in the short story virtually...

    Kenton, Edna // Eugene O'Neill Review (Eugene O'Neill Review); Spring/Fall1997, Vol. 21 Issue 1/2, p16 

    The author recounts the first season of the Provincetown Players theatrical group in Provincetown, Massachusetts from 1915 to 1916. The group began in talk in Provincetown in the summer of 1915 which was participated by its founder George Cram Cook, Susan Glaspell, Ida Rauh and Max Eastman,...

  • Chapter Five: American Literary Regionalism: Loss of Community.
    Shepard, Suzanne V. // Patchwork Quilt: Ideas of Community in Nineteenth-Century Americ; 2001, p117 

    Chapter 5 of the book "Patchwork Quilt: Ideas of Community in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Fiction" is presented. It discusses literary regionalism and how literature has become a conflict of values towards the twentieth-century. It also examines the regionalist literature created by Mary...

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