conflict between the individual and society in the plays of James Bridie

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Bridie, James, -- 1888-
Other titlesThe conflict between the individual & society in the plays of James Bridie.
Statementby Ernest G. Mardon.
SeriesEmbryo books
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LC ClassificationsPR6003.R36428 Z65 1972
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Ernest George Mardon ( – 6 March ) was an English professor who worked at the University of Lethbridge. He has several dozen books, mostly on the history of Alberta, Canada.

Born in Houston, Texas in to Professor Austin Mardon and Marie Dickey, Dr. Ernest G. Mardon was educated at Gordonstoun, Scotland, before attending Trinity College in Dublin. The Conflict Between the Individual & Society in the Plays of James Bridie (, with Ernest Mardon) Alberta Catholic Politicians (, with Ernest Mardon) Tea with the Mad Hatter (, with Erin Campbell) Lethbridge Politicians: Federal, Provincial & Civic (2 ed.) (, with Ernest Mardon)Alma mater: University of Lethbridge, South Dakota.

11 UNIVERSITE DOTTAWA ECOLE DES GRADUES THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE PLAYS OF JAMES BRIDIE by Ernest George Mardon Thesis presented to the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ottawa in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts Ottawa, Canada, 恩尼斯特佐治馬敦 ( 粵拼 英文: Ernest George Mardon ;年—年 3月6號)係加拿大嘅作家 ,喺美國 德州 候斯頓出世,在世期間曾經寫過幾十本介紹同加拿大亞伯達史有關嘅著作而出名 。 佢曾經喺~年間以組織成員嘅身份喺蘇彝士運河附近嘅塞浦路斯同利比亞地區服過役兼做過中尉。.

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Mardon has contributed to the revival of interest in this outstanding dramatist by producing this study in depth of the social themes and the characters who act out these dramatic conflicts between the individual and society which are shown in the six plays of James Bridie.

In Carroll joined James Bridie and others in founding the Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre, for which he became a director and wrote plays.

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Dr. Mardon has contributed to the revival of interest in this outstanding dramatist by producing this study in depth of the social themes and the characters who act out these dramatic conflicts between the individual and society which are shown in the six plays.