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Adrien Merger De Saint-André (1635)

Amstutz, André,


André A. Dhondt

André A. Fenton

André Acquart (b. 1922)

André Adolphe Eugène Disdéri (1819—1889)

André Antoine (1858—1943)

Andr'e Authier

André Barsacq (1909—1973)

André Bauchant (1873—1958)

André Baugé (1892—1966)

André Bazin (1918—1958)

André Beaudin (1895—1979)

André Beauneveu (c. 1335—1401)

André Benoit Mathieu Meyer (1898—1979)

André Bishop (b. 1949)

André Blais

André Bloc (1896—1966)

Andre Borisovich Bloom (1914—2003) archbishop of Sourozh, head of the Russian Orthodox church in Great Britain and Ireland, and exarch in Europe

André Boucourechliev (1925—1997)

André Brechmann

André Breton (1896—1966) French poet, essayist, and critic

André Brink (b. 1935) South African novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist

André Brochu (b. 1942)

André Campra (1660—1744)

André Caplet (1878—1925)

André Cayatte (1909—1989)

André Chamson (1900—1983)


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Blank-verse tragedy by William Dunlap, produced and published in 1798. The author's revision was produced in 1803 as The Glory of Columbia (published 1817).

Subjects: Theatre — Literary Studies (Plays and Playwrights).

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