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J M Dent London 1957 HB Reprint. In the King's Treasures of Literature series. Contains She Was No Lady, by St John Ervine; Punch and Co, by John Galsworthy; Elegy of a Country Churchyard, by Laurence Housman; Courtin' Christina, by J J Bell; The Relapse of Lady Teasle, by St John Hankin; Ace, King Queen, by Dorothy Carr; The Home of Vision, by Constance Holme; Friday Morning (a broadcast play, together with an introduction on radio drama), by Val Gielgud. Cover worn, erased name to front past-down - good. 191pp 0
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- Byre Books (GB)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Modern Plays in One Act, second series
- Eckersley, C E ed
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- J M Dent London 1957 HB
- PLAYS, STAGE, THEATRE, SCRIPTS, DRAMA, PLAYSCRIPTS, ST JOHN ERVINE, GALSWORTHY, HOUSMAN, JJ BELL, HANKIN, HOLME, CARR, GIELGUD
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