Twelve famous plays of the Restoration and eighteenth century / introduction by Professor Cecil A. Moore
- New York : B. A. Cerf, D. S. Klopfer, The Modern library, [c1933].
- Physical Description:
- xxiii, 952 p. ; 21 cm.
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- The country wife, by William Wycherley.--All for love; or; The world well lost, by John Dryden.--Venice preserv'd; or, A plot discovered, by Thomas Otway.--Love for love, by William Congreve.--The provok'd wife, by John Vanbrugh.--The way of the world, by William Congreve.--The beaux' stratagem, by George Farquhar.--The beggar's opera, by John Gay.--The clandestine marriage, by David Garrick.--She stoops to conquer; or, The mistakes of a night, by Oliver Goldsmith.--The rivals, by R. B. Sheridan.--The school for scandal, by R. B. Sheridan.
- "First Modern library edition, 1933."
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