The Rise of the Victorian Actor: Volume 1 (Routledge Library

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The book is illustrated with costume designs by Frank Poole Sevan and photo- graphs of the scenes. About 50 or more characters; i ^^-2 hrs ea; music. The condition of women, their rights and lack of rights, the ceremonies and duties in which they were participants, and their changing status, is presented in a chronological manner. Tucker in Mod Am and Brit plays Some account of the English stage from the restoration in 1660-1830.

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Publisher: Routledge (July 24, 2015)


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