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Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic
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  • Page extent: 406 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.77 kg

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  • LC Classification: n/a
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Theater and society--United States
    • National characteristics, American

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Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic

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052184746X - Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic - by Jeffrey H. Richards
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Drama, Theatre, and Identity in
the American New Republic

JEFFREY H. RICHARDS


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© Jeffrey H. Richards 2005

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First published 2005

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ISBN-10 0-521-84746-x hardback

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