In the Footsteps of Virgil's the Aeneid : John Gay's Polly, a Female Aeneas = على خطى إنياذة فرجل : بولي لجون جاي والنسخة المؤنثة من أنياس

  title={In the Footsteps of Virgil's the Aeneid : John Gay's Polly, a Female Aeneas = على خطى إنياذة فرجل : بولي لجون جاي والنسخة المؤنثة من أنياس},
  author={Samia Saleh Al-Shayban},
إن غالبية الدراسات النقدية التي تناولت مسرحية الكاتب البريطاني جون جاي بولي التي عرضت للمرة الأولى في لندن عام 1729… 



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