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Where can I find American plays and monologues?

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A number of monologues and plays can be found on the fourth floor of the library in the call number areas beginning with 808.8245 and 812.54. One excellent book is Frank Pike's book "Scenes and monologues from the new American theater" (call number 792.028 Sce289). Also please check our Theatre research guide's section on monologues at http://libraryguides.etown.edu/content.php?pid=234180&sid=1993961

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