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The literature and scriptures of the Episcopal, Methodist, and Baptist churches across the country were nearly the same as those in the communities of their birth. No Irish members were to be sent to London and an extra legal Irish Parliament to be established in Dublin. During the last years of 1860s, annual English immigration increased to over 60,000 and continued to rise to over 75,000 per year in 1872, before experiencing a decline. This collection offers brief analyses of more than 150 writers for the stage, radio, and television, and of thirty-four of the most influential and representative plays of the mid- to late-twentieth century.

Pages: 239

Publisher: Stein & Day Pub; First Edition edition (December 1986)

ISBN: 0812831136

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Dolly and the Bird of Paradise

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The Greeks Have a Word for It (Norton Paperback Fiction)

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