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The Best Short Plays, 1982 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon L. Delgado1982
The Best Short Plays, 1983 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon L. Delgado1982-1983
The Best Short Plays, 1984 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon L. Delgado1984
The Best Short Plays 1984-1985 by Editor Ramon Delgado1984-1985
Best Short Plays, 1985 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon Delgado1985
The Best Short Plays - 1986 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon Delgado1986
The Best Short Plays 1986-1987 by Ramon Delgado1986-1987
The Best Short Plays, 1987 (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon Delgado1987
The Best Short Plays 1988: Paperback Book (Best American Short Plays) by Ramon Delgado1988
The Best American Short Plays 1989 by Glenn Young1989
The Best Short Plays of 1988-1989 by Ramon Delgado1988-1989
The Best Short Plays of 1989 by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation1989
The Best American Short Plays 1990 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1990
The Best American Short Plays 1991-1992 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1991-1992
Best American Short Plays 92-93 Paprback by Howard Stein1992-1993
The Best American Short Plays 1993-1994 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1993-1994
The Best American Short Plays, 1992-1994 by Howard Stein1992-1994
The Best American Short Plays 1994-1995 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1994-1995
The Best American Short Plays 1995-1996 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1995-1996
The Best American Short Plays 1995-97 by Howard Stein and Glenn Young ed.1995-1997
The Best American Short Plays 1997-1998 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1997-1998
The Best American Short Plays 1998-1999 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1998-1999
The Best American Short Plays 1999-2000 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young1999-2000
The Best American Short Plays 2000-2001 (Best American Short Plays) by Mark Glubke2000-2001
The Best American Short Plays 2001-2002 (Best American Short Plays) by Glenn Young2001-2002
The Best American Short Plays 2002-2003: Hardcover by Glenn Young2002-2003
The Best American Short Plays 2003-2004 by Glenn Young2003-2004
The Best American Short Plays 2004-2005 by Barbara Parisi2004-2005
The Best American Short Plays 2005-2006 by Barbara Parisi2005-2006
The Best American Short Plays 2006-2007 by Barbara Parisi2006-2007
The Best American Short Plays 2007-2008 by Barbara Parisi2007-2008
The Best American Short Plays 2008-2009 by Barbara Parisi2008-2009

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