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Dido Queen of Carthage and The massacre at Paris; edited by H. J. Oliver
Bib ID 2495478
Format BookBook
Author
Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593
 
Description London, Methuen, 1968 
lxxvi, 187 p. plate, facsim. 21 cm. 
Series

The Revels plays

Subjects Guise, Henri, duc de, 1550-1588 -- Drama.  |  Dido (Legendary character) -- Drama.  |  Queens -- Carthage (Extinct city) -- Drama.  |  Saint Bartholomew's Day, Massacre of, France, 1572 -- Drama.
Form/genre Tragedies.
Other authors/contributors Oliver, H. J. (Harold James), 1916-1982, ed  |  Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593. Massacre at Paris
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Massacre at Paris

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