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Humorous dialogues and dramas
Charles Chalmers Shoemaker

Humorous dialogues and dramas
a collection of the rarest, brightest, most mirth-producing dialogues ever published.

Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

From down east, by H. E. McBride.
Courtship under difficulties.
Brought to trial for "blowin," by H. Herbert.
The mouse trap, by W. D. Howells.
Viola's answer, by H. E. McBride.
The Yankee's strategem, adapted by G. W. Dale.
The rival speakers.
Convention of realistic readers, by Mrs. F. Braden.
The Frog Hollow Lyceum, by H. E. McBride.
The professor puzzled, by F. B. Wilson.
Leap year in the village with one gentleman.
Two dutiful daughters, by G. D. Litchfield.
Stage struck.
Going to a new home, by H. E. McBride.
Egyptian debate.
Woman's rights.
Quarrel between Sir Peter and Lady Teazle, by Sheridan.
Adventures in the wrong house, dramatized by E. W. Brown.
Trial of Fing Wing, adapted by G. F. Bunnell.
The train to Mauro, by S. A. Frost.

Edition Notes

Series Granger index reprint series

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class 822/.052
Library of Congress PN6120.A4 S49 1971

The Physical Object

Pagination 184 p.
Number of pages 184

ID Numbers

Open Library OL5295100M
ISBN 10 0836963229
LC Control Number 72037022
OCLC/WorldCat 277413
Goodreads 5195860

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