An accomplished playwright and co-founder of the Provincetown Players, Susan Glaspell was an artist of formidable but ill-acknowledged talent. In this revolutionary study, Makowsky seeks to combat the forces of literary obscurity that have nullified the writer's reputation, and to reinstate Glaspell in the canon. Makowsky's inquiry into the circumstances that lead to `greatness' in the literary world offers fresh insight into the debate over the canon in academia.

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