Stage Left: The struggles of Clifford Odets
The New Yorker
This article, written 100 years after Odets' birth, discusses the life and works of the politically engaged playwright, Clifford Odets.The article considers the paradox in Odets' career of great success and frustrating failure. The author notes the importance and influence of Odets, stating that his "plays showed a way for the next generation of playwrights to combine linear movement with psychological complexity and depth." Click on the link to read the article. NOTE: if you do not subscribe to the New Yorker, you must disable private browsing in order to access the article.
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