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A Treasury of the Theatre by John Gassner
A Treasury of the Theatre (volume one) by John Gassner1001
A Treasury Of The Theatre Volume 2 by John Gassner1002
A Treasury of the Theatre: An Anthology of Great Plays from Aeschylus to Eugene O'Neill by Burns Mantle1935.1
A Treasury of the Theatre: An Anthology of Great Plays from Ibsen to Odets by Philo M. Buck1940.1
A Treasury of the Theatre: An Anthology of Great Plays from Aeschylus to Hebbel by Philo M. Jr. Buck1940.2
A Treasury of the Theatre: Volume Three - Modern British and American Drama from Wilde to Miller by John Gassner1950.3
A Treasury of the Theatre: Volume One - World Drama from Aeschylus to Turgenev by John Gassner1951.1
A Treasury of the Theatre, Volume Three: Modern British and American Drama from Oscar Wilde to Arthur Miller by John Gassner1951.3
A treasury of the theatre; from Henrik Ibsen to Eugene Ionesco by John Gassner1960.2
Treasury of the Theatre, A - Volume 3 Three III : English, Irish, and American Drama from Wilde to Ionesco by John GassnerVolume Three, Third Edition
Treasury of the Theatre: From Aeschylus to Ostrovsky by John GassnerVolume One, Third Edition
Treasury of the Theatre: From Ibsen to Sartre by John GassnerVolume Two, Third Edition
A Treasury of the Theatre: From Henrik Ibsen to Robert Lowell by John GassnerVolume Two, Fourth Edition

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