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Massinger and "The two noble kinsmen" : a lecture delivered to the Elizabethan Literary Society at King's College, Strand, on the 8th of March 1922 / by A.H. Cruickshank
Bib ID 1171286
Format BookBook
Author
Cruickshank, A. H
 
Printer (Stratford-upon Avon : Shakespeare Head Press)
Description Oxford : Basil Blackwell, 1922 
32 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Includes bibliographical refereneces.

Inscribed by the author.

Subjects Two noble kinsmen.
Other authors/contributors Basil Blackwell Publisher  |  Shakespeare Head Press

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