A collection of letters by the British
playwright John Poole.
John Poole (1786?-1872) was an English playwright and author; he wrote primarily satires
and farces, including "Hamlet Travestie" (1810), and "Paul Pry" (1825). Poole was also an
avid theater-goer, both in London and Paris, who knew the latest theater news and
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