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By Shelley Fisher Fishkin (editor), Barry Moser (illustrator) and Mark Twain

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9780520248335, titled "Is He Dead?: A Comedy in Three Acts" | Univ of California Pr, June 1, 2006, cover price $23.95

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Product Description: Ranging from the drawing rooms of fin-de-siècle London with Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley, to Canada on the eve of the Great Depression, Last Romantics is a witty and heartfelt elegy to beauty, love, and sacrifice. The play chronicles the staggering triumphs and losses of the now-forgotten brilliant artistic duo Charles Ricketts and Charles Shannon...read more

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9780887546761 | 1 edition (Playwrights Canada Pr, November 1, 2003), cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Ranging from the drawing rooms of fin-de-siècle London with Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley, to Canada on the eve of the Great Depression, Last Romantics is a witty and heartfelt elegy to beauty, love, and sacrifice.

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In a play by Mark Twain, a group of impoverished artists living in Barbizon, France, stage the death of a friend to increase the value of his paintings and in the process, must engage in cross-dressing, deception, and romantic intrigue in order to make their plot succeed. (Literature)
By Bancroft Library Mark Twain Project (corporate author), Shelley Fisher Fishkin (editor), Barry Moser (illustrator) and Mark Twain

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9780520239791 | Univ of California Pr, October 1, 2003, cover price $85.00 | About this edition: A group of impoverished artists living in France stage the death of a friend to increase the value of his paintings and then must engage in cross-dressing, deception, and romantic intrigue in order to make their plot succeed.

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Product Description: A dramatization of the time that Van Gogh spent in Brixton in the 1870s—a period before he became a painter and one that changed him completely. Vincent develops a rapport with a widow twice his age, which blossoms into a full-blown love affair, only to be cruelly curtailed by the arrival of his fiercely puritan young sister...read more

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9781854596659 | Nick Hern Books, February 1, 2003, cover price $20.95 | About this edition: A dramatization of the time that Van Gogh spent in Brixton in the 1870s—a period before he became a painter and one that changed him completely.

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Product Description: Book by John Guare

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9780822218401 | Dramatist''s Play Service, October 1, 2002, cover price $9.00 | About this edition: Book by John Guare

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Product Description: Set in an Italian village in the fifteenth century, Vinci revolves around the struggle for custody of a gifted child, a "golden boy," Leonardo da Vinci. Padre Barolomeo, a friend of the da Vinci family, finds himself caught between the powerful da Vincis and Leonardo's defiant unwed mother, the servant Caterina...read more

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9781896239866 | Scirocco Drama, February 1, 2002, cover price $10.95 | About this edition: Set in an Italian village in the fifteenth century, Vinci revolves around the struggle for custody of a gifted child, a "golden boy," Leonardo da Vinci.

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Product Description: From the back cover: "Based on one of the most notorious scandals of the Victorian Age, The Countess is a true account of madness, cruelty, and obsession, and perhaps one of the greatest love stories of its time."

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9780822217367 | Dramatist''s Play Service, August 1, 2000, cover price $9.00 | About this edition: From the back cover: "Based on one of the most notorious scandals of the Victorian Age, The Countess is a true account of madness, cruelty, and obsession, and perhaps one of the greatest love stories of its time.

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Product Description: In Venus of Dublin Marianne Ackerman has spun a spellbinding tale about an actor, a painter and their muse. The play was inspired by a famous portrait of the actor Edmund Kean that hangs in London's Garrick Club. In it, Kean is depicted as a Huron prince, Alanienouidet, wearing a costume which the chiefs of a small community near Quebec City gave him when he visited in 1826...read more

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9780921833697 | Signature Editions, March 1, 2000, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: In Venus of Dublin Marianne Ackerman has spun a spellbinding tale about an actor, a painter and their muse.

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9780822215912 | Dramatist''s Play Service, October 1, 1998, cover price $9.00

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