The Story of Nathan Hale

The Story of Nathan Hale

The Story of Nathan Hale

Henry Fisk Carlton

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Brownstone Books
Año de edición:
2009
ISBN:
9781434458513
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Originally prepared by the Fox Meadow School for students learning to perform drama on the radio, here is Henry Fisk Carlton's original radio play (broadcast as part of the 'Dramatic Hours in Revolutionary History' series), complete with notes on how to be a good radio actor and how to follow directions in the play. Edited by Claire T. Zyve, Ph.D. 3

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