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by Martin Staples Shockley
Author: Martin Staples Shockley
Publisher: University of Virginia Press (February 28, 1988)
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Martin Staples Shockley, American English studies educator, writer. Richmond Stage, 1784-1812.
Martin Staples Shockley, American English studies educator, writer. Richmond Stage, 1784-1812 ) A history of the Richmond (Virginia) theatre covering the 1784 to 1812 time period, from the arrival of the first professional acting company to the famous fire of 1811 and its immediate aftermath. 06865/?tag prabook0b-20. Last roundup: Selected published and unpublished works of Martin Staples Shockley. Book by Shockley, Martin Staples). Book by Shockley, Martin Staples. 96008/?tag prabook0b-20.
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This book is a selected distillation of linguistic scholarship which describes from both a historical (diachronic) and a contemporary (synchronic) . The Richmond Stage, 1784-1812. Martin Staples Shockley.
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