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The History of the English Puppet Theatre by George Speaight

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The History of the English Puppet Theatre by George Speaight. Published in 1955.

"This book lifts the curtain upon a character in the history of the theatre that has never been told before. It traces in loving detail the development of the puppet show, and the popular theatre of mimes and masks of which is was part, from its origins in ancient Greece, to its flowering in Renaissance Europe."

The dust cover of this hardback book is in poor condition. Underneath the front cover is plain red and has some mould marks. The internal gloss finish pages are in very good condition with no identifiable marks. There is an inscribe on the inner front page that reads Bethlaw, 1955"

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Author(s):
George Speaight
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd
Title:
The History of the English Puppet Theatre

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The History of the English Puppet Theatre by George Speaight. Published in 1955.

"This book lifts the curtain upon a character in the history of the theatre that has never been told before. It traces in loving detail the development of the puppet show, and the popular theatre of mimes and masks of which is was part, from its origins in ancient Greece, to its flowering in Renaissance Europe."

The dust cover of this hardback book is in poor condition. Underneath the front cover is plain red and has some mould marks. The internal gloss finish pages are in very good condition with no identifiable marks. There is an inscribe on the inner front page that reads Bethlaw, 1955"

Author(s):
George Speaight
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd
Title:
The History of the English Puppet Theatre

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