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El Destripador (1889)
El Destripador: Juguete Comico en un Acto y en Prosa
Don Joaquin Adan Berned
Madrid, Imprenta de Jose Rodriguez. 1889. Spanish play.

A Spanish "comedy of errors" written in 1889. The full text of the original is provided below. A new English translation of the work by Chris Scott can be found here.


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