The French romantic drama

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Title: The French romantic drama
Author: Moraud, Marcel
Series: The Rice Institute Pamphlet, Volume 15, Number 2
Issue: Issue 2
Date: 1928-04
Citation: Moraud, Marcel. (1928). "The French romantic drama." vol. 15. no. 2, pp. 75-128.
Description: Three public lectures delivered in the Physics Amphitheatre of the Rice Institute, January 29, February 5, and 12, 1928, by Marcel Moraud, Agrege de l'Universite de Paris, Professor of French at the Rice Institute.Lecture series title: The French romantic drama and its relations with English literature

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