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The Theatre of the Greeks: A Series of Papers Relating to the History and Criticism of the Greek Drama

by Donaldson, John William

Condition: Good/No Jacket


London: Longman, 1849. N.B. Roughly rebound. Rubbing to edges and corners with fading to edges. Title page and verso of half title page affixed with white tape. Text unaffected. . Sixth Edition. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



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