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Whom the Gods Destroy, A Play in One Act
The Paolo and Fracesca Theme in Modern Drama
The Happy Prince A Play in One Act
An Ancient Realist
Hauptmann’s ‘Emanuel Quint’
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|Prefaced and translated from the Bohemian by Charles Recht|
|The Paolo and Francesca Theme in Modern Drama|
|Gertrude Gardner Brainard||390|
|Elizabeth Hazelton Haight||405|
|Dramatized by Lou Wall Moore and Margaret F. Allen|
|F. G. H.||411|
|Paul H. Grummann||430|
|Translated from the French by Bernard Raymund|
|Translated from the Serbian by Abraham Yarmolinsky|
|Laura Marquand Walker||445|
|Albert E. Trombly||446|
|Robert J. Shores||449|
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