Our Dramatic Heritage: The Golden Age
This book is the second in a multi-volume series that illustrates the development of European drama from its beginning in ancient Greece to the mid-twentieth century. The full flowering of the Renaissance, the "Golden Age, " is reserved for this volume with the plays of England, Spain, and France setting the high standard by which European drama has been measured ever since.
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