New directions in theatre research

proceedings of the XIth FIRT/IFTR Congress (selection) by International Federation for Theatre Research. World Congress

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Special international issue of Nordic theatre studies : yearbook for theatre research in Scandinavia, 1990.

Other titlesNordic theatre studies.
Statementeditor Willmar Sauter.
ContributionsSauter, Willmar.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20366360M
ISBN 108716105893

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