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The last visit to America : the only correct version of my plays / Sarah Bernhardt ; translated and printed from my own prompt books under the direction of Wm. F. Connor.

Main Author: Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923.
Related Names: Bernhardt, Sarah 1844-1923., Bernhardt, Sarah 1844-1923., Bernhardt, Sarah 1844-1923., Connor, William F.
Language(s): English ; French
Published: New York : Published by Fred Rullman, Inc., at the Theatre Ticket Office, 111 Broadway, [not before 1916]
Subjects: Cleopatra, > Queen of Egypt, > -30 B.C. > Drama.
Adultery > Drama.
Husband and wife > Drama.
World War, 1914-1918 > Drama.
Note: Each play has also separate t.p.
Approximate publication date from separate title-page of Du théâtre au champ d'honneur, "first produced by... Sarah Bernhardt in London on January 3, 1916" and from date of illustration on upper wrapper, a half-tone reproduction of a photo "taken at Nice, France, August 1916".
Text of plays in French and English printed in parallel columns.
Title precedes author statement on cover title.
Cover title.
Physical Description: 8, 8, 8, p: port.; 26 cm.
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