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The Best Plays of 1919 to 1920 and the Year Book of the Drama in America

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It has often included summaries and partial scripts of outstanding plays of the season. Recent editions are published as The Best Plays Theater Yearbook. Publication History. Burns Mantle began the annual series in with "The Best Plays of and the Year Book of the Drama in America", and continued to edit the series until Early years.

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