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THE SCENIC ART: Notes on Acting & the Drama: 1872-1901

by James, Henry

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New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1948. First edition. Edited and with an introduction by Allan Wade. Light rubbing to spine ends and tips, otherwise fine in dust jacket with slightly soiled spine and spine lettering faded (barely legible).

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