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Our TownThe Skin of Our TeethThe Matchmaker

In 1897 His plays include Our Town The Skin of Our Teeth and The Matchmaker and his novels include The Eighth Day and Theophilus North He was awarded the first of three Pulitzer Prizes for The Bridges of San Luis Rey He died in 19. I seldom read plays and Our Town is a probably why Despite the simplicity of its staging it was altogether too difficult to follow without a stage or movie euivalent

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This omnibus volume brings together the definitive texts of three outstanding plays by one of America's most distinguished writers Thronton Wilder was eually prolific and successful as a dramatist and novelist Our Town 1938 and Th. original readingsThe Matchmaker The Skin of Our Teeth May 1982 and January 2018I was on a kick looking for monologues in his short plays and got into reading the long

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E Skin of Our Teeth 1942 were each awarded the Pulitzer Prize The Matchmaker 1955 was originally staged as The Merchant of Yonkers 1938 and later appeared as a hit musical Hello Dolly 1964Author Biography Thornton Wilder was born. Thornton Wilder is a genius and one of my favorite authors I got this book to re read his brilliant play Our Town for a project I am working on It is every bit


About the Author: Thornton Wilder

Thornton Niven Wilder was an American playwright and novelist He received three Pulitzer Prizes one for his novel The Bridge of San Luis Rey and two for his plays Our Town and The Skin of Our Teeth and a National Book Award for his novel The Eighth DayFor see



10 thoughts on “Our TownThe Skin of Our TeethThe Matchmaker

  1. says:

    I loved Thornton Wilder's The Long Christmas Dinner; especially the way he managed to use the essential unreality of the stage to telescope time so that generations pass before our eyes partaking essentially of the same Christmas dinner So it

  2. says:

    original readingsThe Matchmaker The Skin of Our Teeth May 1982 and January 2018I was on a kick looking for monolo

  3. says:

    One major thing that is pointed out in this play is that people walk through life without ever really seeing anything and this is shown on many an occasion not really being noticed until it is too late to do anything about People that are alive do not have the worries that life will be short because they are still living it They do not worry about spending each second like it was their last because it is not They live life on a

  4. says:

    Thornton Wilder is a genius and one of my favorite authors I got this book to re read his brilliant play “Our Town” for a project I am working on It is every bit as good as I remembered it While I didn’t re

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    Our Town 5 StarsSkin of Our Teeth 5 Stars Matchmaker 3 Stars

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    Review for Our TownReadposted 1129185 out of 5 starsThere's not one idea in this play I haven't thought hundreds upon hundreds of times Problem was they always remained brain thoughts never uite reaching my soul Thornton Wilder put them in so

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    I'd like to say that Thornton Wilder as a playwright didn't interest me very much although i liked our town very much It's one of the cases of the author of one work The skin of our teeth was very bad i didn't l

  8. says:

    I seldom read plays and Our Town is a probably why Despite the simplicity of its staging it was altogether too difficult to follow without a stage or movie euivalent even after a second reading decades later But as extraord

  9. says:

    Fun fact about The Matchmaker it was a re written version of The Merchant of Yonkers which was based on a German comedy by Johann Nestroy Einen Jux will es sich Machen which was in turn based on the English play by John Oxe

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed and found relevence and uality writing in the first two plays but the third The Matchmaker which eventually became the musical Hello Dolly was not very interesting It was a commercial play written to make money where

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