Dictionary of the drama circa 1904


Dictionary of the drama circa 1904

Corrections and additions to William Davenport Adams's Dictionary of the Drama, comprised of 24 volumes in 10 slipcases. Letters "Q" and "R" of the work are complete, and include printer's proof sheets. Letters "A" through "G" were published in one volume by J. B. Lippincott Co. of Philadephia, 1904

1.97 linear feet (10 volumes)

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Adams, William Davenport, 1851-1904

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William Davenport Adams was a British journalist and compiler, son of William Henry Davenport Adams. He was an editor of provincial papers, and dramatic critic from 1878 to 1904. He compiled an unfinished DICTIONARY OF THE DRAMA (1904) and other works such as DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE: BEING A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO ENGLISH AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS; WITH POET AND PLAYER: ESSAYS ON LITERATURE AND THE STAGE; LATTER DAY LYRICS: BEING POEMS OF SENTIMENT AND REFLECTION BY LIVING WRITERS. ...