The book is a balanced and brilliant interpretation of Edward Albee?s major plays. As a dramatist of contemporary human situation. Albee finds the vision of the world highly bewildering. The book is a modest attempt to trace the cause of this disturbed human psyche in the modern comment. As a pilgrim on a heroic quest for a meaning and faith, the book presents Albee offering a terribly honest analysis of things having gone lawless and chaotic. It is an honest endeavour to present Albee, a product of Off-Board way wave in America, as a playwright of quest. Students and scholars engaged in the study of contemporary American drama should find the present book both interesting and meaningful.