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Lord Grey, Shakespeare, Mr. Archer, and others

Author: Bernard Shaw
Publisher: London : Nation Pub. Co., 1919.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Publication:Nation. Vol. 25, no. 23
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Letter to the editor concerning Grey's appointment to the U.S. and on William Archer's views on the cutting of Shakespeare's texts.
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Named Person: William Archer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Shaw
OCLC Number: 54679447
Notes: In: Nation. -- Vol. 25, no. 23 (Sept. 6, 1919).
Description: p. 671-672 ; 34 cm.
Responsibility: G. Bernard Shaw.

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Letter to the editor concerning Grey's appointment to the U.S. and on William Archer's views on the cutting of Shakespeare's texts.

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