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Annals of the French stage, from its origin to the death of Racine.
Frederick William Hawkins
Reprint of the 1884 ed.
|LC Classifications||PN2621 .H35 1969|
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|LC Control Number||68057607|
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Annals of the French stage from its origin to the death of Racine. By Frederick William Hawkins. Abstract "Chronology of the French stage, ": p. v. Mode of access: Internet Annals of the French stage: from its origin to the death of Racine by Frederick Hawkins Greenwood Press, Full text of "Annals of the French Stage from Its Origin to the Death of Racine" See other formats Annals of the French stage: from its origin to the death of Racine by Frederick Hawkins Chapman and Hall, v.
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BRINGS THE STAGE FORWARD TO THE ERA OF RACINE. BOOK I. Containing a Review of the Asiatic, the Grecian, the Roman, the Spanish, the Italian, the Portugueze, and the German Theatres. BOOK II. The French Theatre, from its Origin to the Death of Corneille.
VOL. FINISHES THE FRENCH STAGE, AND BRINGS THE ENGLISH STAGE TO SHAKESPEAR. Annals of the French stage from its origin to the death of Racine. (London, Chapman and Hall, ), by Frederick William Hawkins (page images at HathiTrust) Annals of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland from the final secession in to the origin of the relief in with an appendix of biographical sketches, illustrative book i.
containing a review of the asiatic, the gre|cian, the roman, the spanish, the italian, the portugese, and the german theatres. the french theatre from its origin to the death of corneille.
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