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Background_MDUTP Journals celebrates 60 years of Modern Drama (1958–2017)!

Modern Drama, the most prominent journal in English to focus on dramatic literature, celebrates its 60th year in publication with the release of its Spring 2017 issue (Volume 60, Issue 1). Since its inception in 1958, Modern Drama has furthered our understanding of the dramatic literature of the past two centuries by publishing close readings of both canonical and lesser-known dramatic texts from a range of methodological perspectives. This latest issue features close readings of the works of such playwrights as Samuel Beckett, Bernard Shaw, and Suzan-Lori Parks, as well as an extensive book review section. Be sure to check out the full issue on Modern Drama Online or on Project MUSE.


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