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Norman Corwin’s Published Radio Plays

Thirteen by Corwin, Henry Holt and Company, © 1942 by Norman Corwin, all rights reserved.

Contains: The Odyssey Of Runyon Jones, Radio Primer, They Fly Through The Air With The Greatest Of Ease, The Plot To Overthrow Christmas, Daybreak, Old Salt, A Soliloquy To Balance The Budget, Ann Rutledge, Seems Radio Is Here To Stay, To Tim At Twenty, My Client Curley, Appointment, and The Oracle Of Philadelphi.

 

More by Corwin, Henry Holt and Company, © 1944 by Norman Corwin, all rights reserved.

Contains: Mary And The Fairy, Cromer, We Hold These Truths, Descent Of The Gods, The Long Name None Could Spell, Good Heavens, Psalm For A Dark Year, A Man With A Platform, Samson, Anatomy Of Sound, Excerpts from “This Is War”: How It Was With Us – What Is The Enemy? – The Master Plan – To The Young – Yours Received And Contents Noted, Murder In Studio One, Between Americans, A Moment Of The Nation’s Time, Double Concerto, and Program To Be Opened In A Hundred Years.

 

Untitled: And Other Radio Dramas, Henry Holt and Company, © 1945, 1947, by Norman Corwin, all rights reserved.

Contains: The Undecided Molecule, Untitled, El Capitan And The Corporal, Savage Encounter, London By Clipper, Home Is Where You Hang Your Helmet, An Anglo-American Angle, Clipper Home, You Can Dream, Inc., The Moat Farm Murder, New York: A Tapestry For Radio, Tel Aviv, Moscow, There Will Be Time Later, On A Note Of Triumph, 14 August, and Set Your Clock At U235.

 

Memos to a New Millennium: The Final Radio Plays of Norman Corwin, BearManor Media, © 2011 Norman Corwin, all rights reserved.

Contains: Citizen Of The World, Document A/777, The Strange Affliction, National Holiday Series, Fifty Years After 14 August, No Love Lost, The Writer With The Lame Left Hand, The Curse of 589, Our Lady Of The Freedoms And Some Of Her Friends, The Secretariat, and Memos To A New Millennium.

 

 

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