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A defence of plays: or, The stage vindicated from several passages in Mr. Collier's Short view, &c., wherein is offer'd the most probable method of reforming our plays, with a consideration how far vicious characters may be allow'd on the stage.

Author: Edward Filmer
Publisher: London, J. Tonson, 1707.
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Named Person: Jeremy Collier
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Filmer
OCLC Number: 10294655
Description: 167 pages 19 cm
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