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The Plays of Arthur Murphy

Volume II, 1st Edition

Edited by Richard B. Schwartz

Routledge

434 pages

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Originally compiled and published in 1979, this volume contains six plays of Arthur Murphy: The Apprentice; The Upholsterer; The Old Maid; The Citizen; No One's Enemy but His Own; Three Weeks After Marriage.

Table of Contents

1. The Apprentice, in two Acts. 2. The Upholsterer, in two Acts. 3. The Old Maid, in two Acts. 4. The Citizen, in two Acts. 5. No One's Enemy But His Own, in two Acts. 6. Three Weeks After Marriage, in Two Acts.

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