Dolmen Boucicault. Edited by David Krause. With an essay by the editor on the theatre of Dion Boucicault and the complete authentic texts of Boucicault"s three Irish plays. by Dion Boucicault

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Published by Dolmen Press in [Dublin] .

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 246-253.

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ContributionsKrause, David, 1917-
The Physical Object
Pagination253 p. facsims., music, port. ;
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19047487M

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