THOMAS J. WISE AND THE PRE-RESTORATION DRAMA
This text contains within the details of Thomas J. Wise's theft of a multitude of pages from various plays and dramas that were held at several prestigious libraries and museums across England. These locations include the British Museum, the Ashley Library and the Wrenn Library at Cambridge. Wise's theft of numerous pages from more than 80 different plays and dramas has totaled into the low 200s. The information contained within this book details the study conducted by Foxon to find and catalogue many of the pages and their parent books that were stolen by Thomas J. Wise.
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