The Rogue's Comedy : A Play in Three Acts

Jones, Henry Arthur

Published by Privately Printed, London, 1896
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Title: The Rogue's Comedy : A Play in Three Acts

Publisher: Privately Printed, London

Publication Date: 1896

Binding: Illustrated Wrappers

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Booklet, 87 pages. Act I; "Boudoir at Lady Dovergreen's", three months pass. Act II; "Mr. Bailey Prothero's Chambers, Audley Mansions, Mount Street, Grosvenor Square", six months pass. Act III; "Reception-Rooms at 56, Park Lane", The whole of the action of the play takes place in London at the present time. Some characters include: Sir Thomas Dovergreen; Lord John Bucklow; The Marquis of Bicester; Sir William Clarabut; Mr. Hubbock; Miss Jenison, companion to Lady Dovergreen; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 3948

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