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Little theater classics

Author: Samuel A Eliot, Jr.
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, 1918-22.
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Drama
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Little theater classics.
Boston : Little, Brown, 1918-22
(OCoLC)557844290
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel A Eliot, Jr.
OCLC Number: 1483280
Description: 4 volumes : frontispieces, plates ; 20 cm
Contents: v. 1. Polyxena, from the "Hecuba" of Euripides. A Christmas miracle play: The pageant of the shearmen and tailors in the Coventry cycle of miracles. Doctor Faustus, by C. Marlowe. Ricardo and Viola, from "The coxcomb" of Beaumont and Fletcher. The scheming lieutenant, from the "St. Patrick's day" of R.B. Sheridan. --
v. 2. Patelin, from "Maitre Pierre Pathelin", by G. Alécis. Abraham and Isaac, from the Book of Brome and the Chester cycle of miracles. The loathed lover, from "The Changeling" of Middleton and Rowley. Sganarelle, or, Imaginary horns, from Molière. --
v. 3. Bushido, from "Terakoya" or "Matsu", by T. Idzuma. The old wife's tale, by G. Peele. Pericles, from Shakespeare. The Duchess of Pavy, from "Love's sacrifice", by J. Ford. --
v. 4. Shakuntala, by Kalidasa. The wandering scholar from paradise, by H. Sachs. All for love; or, The world well lost, by J. Dryden. --
The martyrdom of Ali, from the Persian miracle play of Hasan and Husain.
Responsibility: adapted and edited by Samuel A. Eliot, Jr. ; illustrated from photographs.

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