2 edition of Twenty-five modern plays. found in the catalog.
Twenty-five modern plays.
Samuel Marion Tucker
Bibliography, p. 1014-1045.
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Twenty-five modern plays. New York, London, Harper & Brothers [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. A Note to the Teacher Mr. Tucker, the original editor of this collection, wrote in his Introduction: "Probably no one will be altogether satisfied with the choice of plays in this volume.
No doubt, the ideal selection would be twenty-five plays by the twenty-five greatest dramatists of the contemporary theatre. Best Contemporary Plays.
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