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A bibliog, P307-I2, gives a list of plays and other references on drama, theatre, the one-act play, etc. Strau.s.s. (Belles-lettres ser) '1914 Ileath 414p (front) $1 The text of the first play is based upon the copy of Love aiul Imsiiuss in the lilirary of the University of Michigan; the text of The recruiting officer, on the cony of the second quarto in the Yale university library; and the text of the last play is based on the first edition. Theme: History of Thetford and development of agriculture, education, etc.

Pages: 352

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (April 19, 2003)

ISBN: 0312239483

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