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The farce of Sodom / by the Right Honourable Earl of Rochester ; written for the Royall Company of Whoremasters, and printed a new upon the three hundredth anniversary of the untimely demise of our noble author in the thirty-third year of his life ; with sets and costumes suitable for theatrical performances designed by Donald Friend
Bib ID 708821
Format BookBook
Author
Rochester, John Wilmot, Earl of, 1647-1680
 
Description Melbourne : Richard Griffin for Gryphon Books, 1980 
v, 65 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 40 cm. 
Invalid ISBN 0908131240
Notes

Limited ed. of 250 signed and numbered copies.

Bibliography: p. 64-65.

Subjects Drawing, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Friend, Donald, 1915-1989

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