The Architecture of Drama: Plot, Character, Theme, Genre and Style - , Joe and Robin Stockdale
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Author: Letwin, David
Author: Stockdale, Joe and Robin
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Title: The Architecture of Drama: Plot, Character, Theme, Genre and Style
Pages: 00208 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2008-07-25
Category: Performing Arts : Theater - History & Criticism
Category: Performing Arts : Film & Video - History & Criticism
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