Dream Girl

Dream Girl Tells of a delightful young woman who quite inefficiently runs a bookstore She is one of those charming but dreamy over imaginative young women whom the slightest suggestion may send off into the mos

  • Title: Dream Girl
  • Author: Elmer Rice
  • ISBN: 9780822203322
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tells of a delightful young woman who quite inefficiently runs a bookstore She is one of those charming but dreamy, over imaginative young women whom the slightest suggestion may send off into the most extravagant daydreams In her own life she seeks at every opportunity to escape into a romantic world of unreality During a single day of her life, which shows the actualTells of a delightful young woman who quite inefficiently runs a bookstore She is one of those charming but dreamy, over imaginative young women whom the slightest suggestion may send off into the most extravagant daydreams In her own life she seeks at every opportunity to escape into a romantic world of unreality During a single day of her life, which shows the actual episodes of her existence, several successive incidents of her dreaming are amusingly dramatized.

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    • Elmer Rice

      Elmer Rice was an American playwright and novelist.

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    • DREAM GIRL. (1945). Elmer Rice. ****. Elmer Rice was already a star playwright when he wrote this light-hearted play about a female Walter Mitty. It is a far cry from his earlier dramas, “Street Scene,” and “The Adding Machine,” but still done with excellent theatrical effect. It’s the story of Georgina Allerton. She is a young woman who works in a bookstore and has dreams of a literary career. She has written a novel and is trying to get it published. She is still living at home with [...]



    • I really enjoyed this play. It resonated me as a person in so many ways. I love the serious satire in this play. It was an easy read with so much fun things to play with.


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