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What are the foundations of and how did they influence American drama? 

 

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        •Global Reference Center (Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, French)
        •Annals of America
        •Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged Online

      Encyclopedia Britannica Academic Edition

       

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