Vanishing Acts: Theater Since the Sixties

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Cohan is a play in which the predominant element is almost exclusively plot. Hart (Synopses of 37 plays with notes) 45 General history 3-7 Also see material in the following: Appreciation of the drama. There are some 2,200 five-pointed stars given by the Chamber for being significant contributors to the entertainment industry. There were two distinct forms of shadow puppetry, Pekingese (northern) and Cantonese (southern).

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Publisher: Yale University Press (September 10, 2000)

ISBN: 0300087772

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