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Under Two Managers: The Everyday Life of the Thornton-Barnett Theatre Company, 1785-1853 by  Paul RANGER - 1st. Edn, 1st. Imp. - 2001-01-01 - from Cocksparrow Books (SKU: 3468)

Under Two Managers: The Everyday Life of the Thornton-Barnett Theatre Company, 1785-1853

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Under Two Managers: The Everyday Life of the Thornton-Barnett Theatre Company, 1785-1853

by RANGER, Paul

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ISBN 13
9780854300693
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HARDBACK SHIPPED FROM THE UK* Edition: 1st.* Imp: 1st.* Date of Publication: 2001* Publisher: Society for Theatre Research.* Binding and cover condition: Black cloth, gilt title to spine & logo to face. Corners lightly bumped, no rubs, absolutely minimal shelf wear. VG+* Jacket condition: No dust jacket (as issued). ND* Contents condition: PRIVATE COPY NOT EX-LIBRARY. Illustrated end papers showing black and white map (Mogg?s Pocket Itinerary 1826). Clean, crisp, tight and bright with no reading wear, no marks to text, no tanning or other visible faults. FINE.* Illustrations: B/w photos, prints and line drawn map within text throughout.* Pages: 215 pp. text. xxx pp. apps. & index at rear.* Description: The Everyday Life of the Thornton-Barnett Theatre Company 1785-1853. Paul Ranger is chairman of the Society of Teachers of Speech and Drama and has produced a definative account of a movement that was struggling to express itself all over the country. This covers one particular theatrical circuit throughout the Georgian and early Victorian periods.* A NEAR FINE copy of the 1st./1st. with only minor faults to the boards reducing it to VG+. No dust jacket (as issued).*

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Bookseller Inventory #
3468
Title
Under Two Managers: The Everyday Life of the Thornton-Barnett Theatre Company, 1785-1853
Author
RANGER, Paul
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - F/VG/ND
Quantity available
1
Edition
1st. Edn, 1st. Imp.
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0854300694
ISBN 13
9780854300693
Publisher
Society for Theatre Research
Place of Publication
London UK 246
Date published
2001-01-01

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