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Teatro inglés contemporáneo

Author: Aurora Bernárdez; Luis Escobar; Fernando Mondragón; Charles David Ley
Publisher: Madrid : Aguilar, [©1961]
Series: Teatro contemporáneo.
Edition/Format:   Book : Spanish : [2 ed.]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aurora Bernárdez; Luis Escobar; Fernando Mondragón; Charles David Ley
OCLC Number: 651512188
Description: 611 p. : il. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Contenido: El tiempo y los Conway / por J. Priestley --
Un espíritu burlón / por Noel Coward --
Echico de los Winslow / por Terence Rattigan --
Cockta party / por T.S. Eliot --
El amor de los cuatro coro neles / por Peter Ustinov --
El cuarto en que se vive / por Graham Greene
Series Title: Teatro contemporáneo.
Responsibility: Tr. del ingles por Aurora Bernardez, Luis Escobar y Fernando Mondragon ... ; prol. de Charles David Ley.

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