Following publication of the first two acclaimed volumes of this series, comes The Collected Plays of Edward Albee: Volume III, bringing readers up to date with the works of a true American master playwright. This volume contains some of Albees most iconoclastic and influential plays, including his adaptation of Nabokovs masterpiece Lolita; The Man Who Had Three Arms, an indictment of the abuse of critical power; three shorter plays, Finding the Sun, Marriage Play, and Fragments, all hailed as triumphs of innovative dramaturgy; Occupant, a touching homage to, and a striking portrait of, Albees longtime friend, sculptor Louise Nevelson; as well as The Play About The Baby, Knock! Knock! Whos There!? and The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, a trilogy of plays that brought Albee the kind of critical and popular acclaim he enjoyed early in his career after years of neglect from the theater establishment.