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Verse Drama: A Reconsideration


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In 1963, E. Martin Browne published a lecture with the title Verse in the Modern English Theatre. The Times Literary Supplement responded with the question: What verse?1 By that year the work of Eliot and Fry had nearly been completed, and the Angry Young Men had seized popular and critical attention. In the United States, the theater was an angry as in England but less articulate.

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