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Dhanañjaya: The Daśarūpa  wikidata:Q51138956 s:en:Dasarupa (Haas 1912) 
Author
Dhanañjaya
Dhanañjaya: The Daśarūpa
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Translator
George Christian Otto Haas
Publisher
Columbia University Press
Printer
The New York Printing Company
Title
The Daśarūpa
Subtitle a treatise on Hindu Dramaturgy
Series title Columbia University Indo-Iranian Series
Volume Vol. 7 (of series)
Edition 1st edition
Object type translation
Description
English: George C. O. Haas' 1921 English translation of Daśarūpa, a 10th-century treatise on Indian dramaturgy by Dhanañjaya.
Language English
Publication date 1912
publication_date QS:P577,+1912-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Place of publication New York
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