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Cambridge Univ. Press, 1969. Hardcover. Good Condition/Fair. 302 pages. Ex-library with typical marks, light discoloring and wear; front hinge is cracked but a good book otherwise. The jacket has light creasing and wear; wrapped; glued inside covers; clipped flaps. Contents include Macbeth and the Globe; The Age of Betterton; Powell and Mills: Quin and Mrs. Porter; Garrick and Mrs. Pritchard; Interpretations from Mossop to Henderson; Sarah Siddons and Kemble; From Kemble to Macready; Macready; The Years Between Macready and Irving; Interpretations from 1875 to 1911; Tradition and Innovation 1912-1955; Stratford (1955)-the Mermaid (1964). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Literary Criticism & Essays; Inventory No: 121353. .
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- Macbeth and the Players
- Dennis Bartholomeusz
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- Cambridge Univ. Press
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- BZDB23 NOISBN Literary Criticism & Essays; Macbeth and the Players Dennis Bartholomeusz
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