Dance and the Body in Western Theatre: 1948 to the Present

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A study of London in the reign of Queen Eliza- beth. Molière‎'s company acquired patronage and was allowed to perform. Ernest Augustus Boyd; ed by Richard Burton. (Contemp drama ser) 1917 Little 225p $2.50; Talbot 6s The appendix, P201-10, contains a good bibliog consisting of a list of plays of the contemporary Irish dramatists, with dates of first performance and first publication; and a brief list of critical works and articles in periodicals that pertain to Irish drama. (See same entry under Drama, 3 Eng- lish) Contemporary drama of Italy.

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (September 25, 2015)

ISBN: 1137034882

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