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Introd by Sybil Baker. 1927 Holt 210p il $3.50 Analysis of the ways of expressing various emo- tions by means of attitude, gesture, and facial expression. Cohan is a play in which the predominant element is almost exclusively plot. Van V. 159, 181, 182. 195 Vincent, C 126 Viola. Subtitle The author is professor of Engli.sh literature in the University of Pennsylvania. Assistant Professor Theatre History Criticism Salary in Oswego, NY See up-to-date Assistant Professor salary information in Oswego, NY on our new salaries page.

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Publisher: Grove Press (1962)

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