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The War to End War

Charles L. Mee

Title:
The War to End War
Author(s):
Mee, Charles L.
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Type:
Fictional works
Department:
Theatre
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Abstract:
A triptych: Part I is the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. Part II is a Dadaist vaudeville, as the Dead Soldier rises from the grave as a minstrel comedian and Wittgenstein and Brockdorff-Rantzau become vaudevillians in a variety revue seemingly hosted by Kurt Schwitters, the German artist who created word poetry. Part III is a poker game at Los Alamos. [7 actors]
Subject(s):
American literature
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Suggested Citation:
Charles L. Mee, 1989, The War to End War, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:29674.

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