A Bicentennial Edition of Thomas Godfrey's The Prince of Parthia, A Tragedy (1765)

McCarron, Captain William E.

Edité par United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Co, 1976
Etat : Very Good Couverture souple
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iv, 140 pp. Contains a critical introduction to Godfrey and his work, and the full text of the play using the 1918 Moses edition as the copy text. Includes appendices, bibliography, and footnotes to the critical introduction. Thomas Godfrey was born in Philadelphia in 1736 and orphaned at the age of 13. Benjamin Franklin was a close associate of his father, and became a mentor as did the painter Benjamin West. After a well-rounded education, Godfrey went on to write poetry and his tragedy, The Prince of Parthia, the first tragic play written by a native-born American, the first published in America, and the first play by an American to be performed professionally. Stapled wrappers yellowing along the edges. N° de réf. du libraire 4187BT

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Titre : A Bicentennial Edition of Thomas Godfrey's ...

Éditeur : United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Co

Date d'édition : 1976

Reliure : Paper Wrappers

Etat du livre :Very Good

Edition : First Edition.

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