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By Lisa Zunshine

throughout the eighteenth century, treatises at the technological know-how of elocution, gesture and naturalness abounded. This identify attracts jointly a consultant number of the main difficult-to-access texts within the interval. It is helping cultural historians to check where of stagecraft within the eighteenth-century imagination.

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