The play of St. George as aforetime acted by the Dorsetshire Christmas Mummers : based on the version in "The return of the native": and completed from other versions and local tradition by Thomas Hardy

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Statementby Thomas Hardy ; together with a modernized version by Roger S. Loomis.
ContributionsLoomis, Roger Sherman, 1887-1966.
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Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL18178777M

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