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Theatre design explorations
|Other titles||Scénographie au Canada / rédactrice, Thérèse Beaupré.|
|Statement||editor, Thérèse Beaupré|
|Contributions||Beaupré, Thérèse., Canada. Ministère des affaires extérieures., Canada. Dept. of External Affairs., Prague Quadrennial Committee, 1979., Quadriennale de Prague 1979., Associated Designers of Canada., Association des designers canadiens.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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