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Theatres of War: French Commited Theatre from the Second World War to the  Cold War by  Ted Freeman - Paperback - 1998 - from C L Hawley and Biblio.co.uk

Theatres of War: French Commited Theatre from the Second World War to the Cold War

by Freeman, Ted

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Exeter: University of Exeter Press,. Paperback. 243pp. Covers writers such as Jean-Richard Bloch, Armand Salacrou, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Thierry Maulnier, Gabriel Marcel, Claude Martin, Henri Delmas etc. 16 integral black and white illustrations. Of unread appearance. Near fine, bright copy. . Paperback. 1998.


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