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Product NameRepresentative English Plays: From The Miracle Plays To Pinero, Volume 1
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionPaperback
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Length9 inches    (convert)
Page Count556
BindingPaperback
Published06/01/2005
Long Description1916. Volume 1 of 2. In the present collection, for the first time, representative English plays from the earliest period almost to the present day have been included. In a volume of readable form it is obviously impossible to include all celebrated or influential plays, or plays of all types. In the present work the principal considerations have been excellence, influence and historical importance, representative and typical character and the importance of the type. Volume 1 Contains: The Middle Ages; The Elizabethan Period; The Restoration. Other volumes in this set are ISBN(s): 1419184822.
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