The Roman Actor: By Philip Massinger (Revels Plays MUP)

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Subtitle Thirteen essays on the history of the dramatic movement in England in the 19th century, includ- ing able discussions of the plays, actors, critics, authors, theatres, etc., brot up to the 20th century. Latham 206 English men and manners of the ISth cen- tury; an illustrated narrative. O'Neill; Hell bent fer Heaven, by Hatcher Hughes; They knew what they wanted, by Sidney Howard; Notes. Books written more than fifty years ago have been eliminated, unless they have become standard reference works and essential for research.

Pages: 268

Publisher: Manchester University Press; 1 edition (May 30, 2012)

ISBN: 0719087813

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