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MACGOWAN, K. &  MELNITZ, W. - The living stage. A history of the world theater.

Title: The living stage. A history of the world theater.
Description: New York, Prentice-Hall. 1955. Hardcover. Good.l 543 pp. CONTENTS: 1) Theater begins with primitive man 2) The great Greeks and the much lesser Latins 3) Theater reborn before medieval altars 4) The renaissance theater in Italy 5) Spain's golden age 6) The theater that Elizabeth I sustained 7) France in and out of the Renaissance 8) The Restoration and the eighteenth century in England 9) 1500 to 1800 in Teutonic lands 10) The Eighteenth century in France and America 11) The Oriental theater 12) The nineteenth century - a time of change in Europe 13) The American theater - 1800 to 1900 14) Twentieth-century realism 15) The theater of today and tomorrow (less) Taken from Goodreads. With a few pencilmarkings in the first chapter only.

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Price: EUR 14.00 = appr. US$ 15.22 Seller: Gamander Antiquariaat [Psweloveyou]
- Book number: 180431

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