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Brenda Murphy is the author of After the Voyage: An Irish American Story (2016), The Theatre of Tennessee Williams (2014)      Understanding David Mamet (2011), The Provincetown Players and the Culture of Modernity (2005), O’Neill: Long Day’s Journey Into Night (2001), Congressional Theatre: Dramatizing McCarthyism on Stage, Film, and Television (1999), Miller: Death of a Salesman (1995), Tennessee Williams and Elia Kazan: A Collaboration in the Theatre (1992), and American Realism and American Drama, 1880-1940 (1987), and the editor of Critical Insights: Arthur Miller (2010), Critical Insights: Tennessee Williams (2012), Critical Insights: Death of a Salesman (2009), Critical Insights: a Streetcar Named Desire (2009) Twentieth-Century American Drama (2006), Intertextuality in American Drama (with Drew Eisenhauer, 2013), Understanding Death of a Salesman (with Susan Abbotson, 1999), The Cambridge Companion to American Women Playwrights (1999),   A Realist in the American Theatre: Selected Drama Criticism of William Dean Howells (1992) and John Hay‑‑Howells Letters:  The Correspondence of John Milton Hay and William Dean Howells 1861‑1905 (with George Monteiro, 1980). She is Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Connecticut, and has been awarded fellowships by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Humanities Center, and the American Council of Learned Societies.  She is a past president of the American Theatre and Drama Society and the Eugene O'Neill Society, and serves on the Boards of the Arthur Miller Society and the Edward Albee Society.  Her articles and reviews on drama and American literature have appeared in such places as the Cambridge Companions to American Culture, August Wilson, Edward Albee, Eugene O’Neill, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, David Mamet, American Women Playwrights, J. M. Synge, and Sam Shepard, the Blackwell Companions to American Literature, Tragedy and Twentieth-Century American Drama, and the journals Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, American Literature, The Journal of American History, PMLA, The Eugene O’Neill Review, American Drama, The Theatre Annual, Comparative Drama, Michigan Quarterly Review, South Atlantic Quarterly, The Southern Quarterly, Colby Quarterly, and American Literary Realism

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