Wright, Richardson.

Kingston: Bolivar Press, 1986. New Edition (original1937) 8vo, wrps, 378 p., index, illus./photos. New Paperback From the first mention of Publick Theatre in 1682 to the dramatic changes of 1838 the author gives us a clear and detailed description of the happenings above and below the stage in Jamaica. not only does Wright deal with the theatre, but with the life, leisure and loves of high and low alike, giving us dramatic insights into the moods and morals of the whole population. One of the best sociologies of the period written on Jamaica. (Item ID: 154048)


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