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Thu Oct 16 17:53:18 2014 UTClccn-n790566490.19Rodgers and Hammerstein's State fair0.500.96Paul Green's concept of symphonic drama and its application to his outdoor plays14898321Paul_Green_(playwright)n 79056649289740Green, Paul 1894-1981Green, Paul E. 1894-1981Green, Paul Eliot 1894-1981lccn-n93043849Avery, Laurence G.lccn-n50021938Anderson, Maxwell1888-1959lyrlccn-n79045521Miller, Arthur1915-2005lccn-n79062874Wilder, Thornton1897-1975lccn-n80035864Jeffers, Robinson1887-1962lccn-n79122150Albee, Edward1928-lccn-n50027125Inge, Williamlccn-n50006625Behrman, S. N.(Samuel Nathaniel)1893-1973lccn-n82013436Lawson, John Howard1894-1977lccn-n50025433Frenz, Horst1912-1990edtGreen, Paul1894-1981DramaHistoryRecords and correspondenceFictionDiariesPoetryGreen, Paul,Southern StatesLiteratureManners and customsNorth CarolinaMiller, Arthur,O'Neill, Eugene,Williams, Tennessee,Anderson, Maxwell,DramaLawson, John Howard,Wilder, Thornton,Rice, Elmer,Albee, Edward,Inge, WilliamBehrman, S. N.--(Samuel Nathaniel),MacLeish, Archibald,Hansberry, Lorraine,Jeffers, Robinson,American dramaDramatists, AmericanAfrican AmericansNorth Carolina--Roanoke IslandUnited States--Roanoke ColonyTheaterFolkloreVirginiaAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Jefferson, Thomas,United StatesMusicals--ExcerptsEnglish dramaPacifism in literaturePacifistsPolitical plays, AmericanRadicalism in literaturePacifismRadicalismSlaveryIntellectual lifeSocial reformersCountry lifeAgricultural exhibitionsIowaFamiliesWorld War (1914-1918)SoldiersNorth Carolina--Chapel HillSoldiers' writings, AmericanWar poetry, American1894198119001917191919211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092011201220132014238645581213812.5PS3513.R452ocn044013379ocn190791063ocn673872411ocn767453839ocn673873546ocn863030753ocn693781695ocn815766045ocn038561407ocn795129040ocn017230053ocn017885233ocn026881218ocn079471009ocn041922862ocn051472862ocn810687628ocn036775750ocn070864814ocn052917537ocn775067069ocn820570673ocn759854996ocn857079837ocn872513246ocn759114490ocn008426245ocn259234884ocn693781695ocn227718081ocn725763419ocn575810537ocn060453548ocn57581053710013ocn047011507file19980.33Green, PaulA Paul Green readerA collection of three plays, six short stories, essays, letters, and an excerpt from Green's Workbook, a collection of regional folklore+-+91387325356678ocn000284758book19630.37Green, PaulFive plays of the SouthDrama5421ocn044013379visu19990.19Rodgers, RichardRodgers and Hammerstein's State fairDramaEach member of the Frake family seeks a different prize when they attend the Iowa State Fair49616ocn001352635book19310.66Green, PaulThe house of Connelly, and other plays: The house of Connelly; Potter's field; Tread the green grass49611ocn000285608book19480.50Green, PaulThe common glory, a symphonic drama of American history, with music, commentary, English folksong and dance. Pub. for the Jamestown Corp. and Virginia Conservation CommissionHistoryDramaPageant drama concerning the American Revolution in which Thomas Jefferson is a central character; the play closes with him on the bluffs of Richmond, musing about the new nation. Bicentennial edition, revised and rewritten, published in New York: Samuel French, 1976.--Frank Shuffelton47614ocn004992883book19270.59Green, PaulThe field god, and In Abraham's bosomDrama44722ocn001576915book19370.66Green, PaulThe lost colony; a symphonic drama of American historyHistoryDrama"The model for modern outdoor theater, The Lost Colony combines song, dance, drama, special effects, and music to breathe life into shadowy legend. This rendering of the play's text, edited and with an introduction by Laurence Avery, brings this pioneering work back into print."--BOOK JACKET+-+25249325354295ocn001818472book19760.37Green, PaulLand of Nod : and other storiesFiction36812ocn002386717book19250.70Green, PaulThe Lord's will : and other Carolina playsHistoryDrama3453ocn001081864book19530.59Green, PaulDramatic heritageRecords and correspondence3409ocn001488968book19240.56Green, PaulLonesome road; six plays for the negro theatreDrama3337ocn002859150book19370.50Green, PaulThe lost colony : a symphonic drama in two acts, with music, pantomime, and danceHistoryDrama3238ocn001488929book19280.59Green, PaulIn the valley, and other Carolina playsDrama3226ocn000284762book19490.50Green, PaulDog on the sun, a volume of stories3212ocn001482153book19270.47Cohen, Helen LouiseMore one-act plays by modern authors3166ocn815766045file19960.53Weill, KurtKurt Weil on broadway3115ocn001223506book19370.59Green, PaulJohnny Johnson; the biography of a common man, in three actsDrama3049ocn000284787book19390.50Green, PaulOut of the South : the life of a people in dramatic formDrama3029ocn000223494book19280.70Green, PaulWide fieldsFiction2645ocn001397003book19630.63Green, PaulPlough and furrow; some essays and papers on life and the theatre11661ocn000273628book19650.33Frenz, HorstAmerican playwrights on dramaCriticism, interpretation, etcTwenty-two critical essays on the contemporary state of the drama in the U.S8812ocn000212209book19710.47Kenny, Vincent SPaul GreenCriticism, interpretation, etcPresents the life and works of playwright and outdoor dramatist Paul Green, author of In Abraham's Bosom. Includes a chronology4892ocn000099060book19700.35Green, PaulHome to my valley3742ocn028180805book19940.63Green, PaulA southern life : letters of Paul Green, 1916-1981Records and correspondence2631ocn051799057book20030.82Roper, John HerbertPaul Green : playwright of the real SouthBiography"This is the most thorough and comprehensive biography to date of writer and activist Paul Green (1894-1981). Green was a literary figure of national prominence during the 1920s and 1930s. His personal and political convictions fully complemented the social-realist leanings of his art, a literary output comprising plays in many forms, essays, folklore collections, novels, and film scripts. In places like his native North Carolina, Green stood apart even from other proponents of integration by claiming that sexual as well as social intermingling of the races was a natural occurrence in human society." "Drawing on his complete access to Green's papers and on interviews with surviving family members, John Herbert Roper covers all the important aspects of Green's life and career. By word and deed, Paul Green spread the faith of liberalism across the New South, which he insistently called the "Real South." Long after literary fashion had left him behind, he wrote daily and remained at the forefront of causes concerning race relations, militarism, women's and workers' rights, and capital punishment."--BOOK JACKET+-+93397857352632ocn003299850book19430.59Green, PaulThe hawthorn tree; some papers and letters on life and the theatreDiariesRecords and correspondence2306ocn002311780book19280.74Clark, Barrett HPaul GreenCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography2092ocn001320856book19410.56Wright, RichardNative son (the biography of a young American) a play in ten scenes2002ocn002283970book19760.24Gunn, James EThe magiciansFictionUnseen by an apathetic society, a stupendous battle is being waged between good and evil. In the center of an unassuming town, gathered in a nondescript hotel, are the most powerful forces of time eternal: the thirteen black covens. On All Hallow's Eve they unite to summon the Black Magician, the darkest and deadliest being of all time They are a rag-tag group of misfits: an inexperienced but lovely witch, an ancient sorcerer obsessed with math, and a private detective who can't seem to solve a case, but they are humanity's only hope. The world is unaware of the battle, but it will suffer the ultimate consequence if the war is won by the black evil. Can a group of social rejects save the world? Or will humanity plunge forever into the abyss?1982ocn001513118book19510.50Adams, Agatha BoydPaul Green of Chapel HillBiography1871ocn030265414book19930.77Green, PaulPaul Green's war songs : a southern poet's history of the Great War, 1917-1920Poetry1622ocn000311562book19700.70Lazenby, Walter SPaul Green1262ocn020930838book19900.30Green, PaulPaul Green's wordbook : an alphabet of reminiscenceGlossaries, vocabularies, etcDictionaries411ocn279328366book20080.31Spence, James RWatering the Sahara : recollections of Paul Green from 1894 to 1937Biography+-+3888170135324401ocn062597234book20050.23Green, PaulPaul Green's plant book : an alphabet of flowers & folklore281ocn049980776file20020.84Green, PaulPaul Eliot Green papers, (#3693)Records and correspondencePersonal narratives AmericanJoining the army at age 23, Green served with the 105th Engineers, 30th Division. Letters to various family members during his years of service date from the summer of 1917 until June 1919 which include detailed descriptions of training camp life while he was based both at Camp Greene and Camp Sevier, South Carolina, his engineer's training, where he learned to build roads and bridges, and also describes the process of using a gas mask. During the summer of 1918, while in combat in France and Belgium, Green's letters are about the horror he witnessed on the front. After the war, he was stationed in Paris where he worked for the Engineer Purchasing Office and was also commissioned second lieutenant with the Chief of Engineers. He was particularly taken with life in Paris after the war, and his letters describe several French intellectuals who made a lasting impression on him262ocn004883219book19780.56Green, Elizabeth LayThe Paul Green I knowBiography83ocn022351469mix19590.88Geier, Woodrow AImages of man in five American dramatists a theological critiqueCriticism, interpretation, etc83ocn032479541book19630.96Treat, Donald RobertPaul Green's concept of symphonic drama and its application to his outdoor playsCriticism, interpretation, etc74ocn003315707book19740.94Eady, Fred AlanPaul Green, folk dramatist, social criticCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9138732535+-+9138732535Thu Oct 16 15:08:35 EDT 2014batch39460