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A guide to books on Ireland. Part 1: Prose literature, poetry, music, and plays. Edited by Stephen J. M. Brown
Bib ID 1068095
Format BookBook
Author
Brown, Stephen J. M. (Stephen James Meredith), 1881-1962
 
Description New York, Lemma Pub. Corp., 1970 
xvii, 371 p. 23 cm. 
ISBN 0876960166
Notes

No more published.

Reprint of the 1912 ed.

"Irish plays," by Joseph Holloway: p. [159]-324.

Subjects English literature -- Irish authors -- Bibliography.  |  Music -- Ireland -- History and criticism -- Bibliography.  |  English drama -- Irish authors -- Bibliography.  |  Ireland -- Bibliography.
Other authors/contributors Holloway, Joseph

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