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The Texas Collection of Comedias Sueltas and Spanish Theater Database

The Texas Collection of Comedias Sueltas and Spanish Theater contains over 15,000 dramatic works from the Spanish theater published in Spain from the 17th through the early 20th century. This database contains item-level descriptions for each item in the collection. Included in the database are approximately 600 titles held in the Cushing Memorial Library at Texas A&M University. For an overview of the collection, please consult the Collections page.

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No hay buen fin por mal camino : drama en tres actos y en verso / original de D. Mariano Catalina ; representóse con éxito en el teatro de Apolo, la noche del 6 de mayo de 1874. Catalina, Mariano, 1842-1913
El Tasso : drama histórico en tres actos y en verso / original de D. Mariano Catalina ; estrenada con éxito estraordinario en el teatro del Circo la noche del mártes 18 de Febrero de 1873, á beneficio del primer actor D. Juan Casañer. Catalina, Mariano, 1842-1913
El Tasso : drama histórico en tres actos y en verso / original de D. Mariano Catalina ; estrenada con éxito estraordinario en el teatro del Circo la noche del mártes 18 de Febrero de 1873, á beneficio del primer actor D. Juan Casañer. Catalina, Mariano, 1842-1913
No hay buen fin por mal camino : drama en tres actos y en verso / original de D. Mariano Catalina ; representóse con éxito en el teatro de Apolo, la noche del 6 de mayo de 1874. Catalina, Mariano, 1842-1913