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The Family Reunion

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116 pages1 hour

Summary

From a winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, the twentieth-century drama that was called “the finest verse play since the Elizabethans” (The New York Times).
 
This modern verse play by the author of The Waste Land, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” and other modern masterpieces deals with the problem of man’s guilt—and his need for expiation through his acceptance of responsibility for the sin of humanity. It reveals the depth and versatility of a twentieth-century writer who excelled as both a poet and a dramatist.
 
“What poets and playwrights have been fumbling at in their desire to put poetry into drama and drama into poetry has here been realized.” —The New York Times
 

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