Bibliography of the Sanskrit Drama

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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

INDO-IRANIAN SERIES

 

EDITED BY

A. V. WILLIAMS JACKSON

PROFESSOR OF INDO-IRANIAN LANGUAGES
IN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

 

Volume III

 

New York

THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, Agents
66 FIFTH AVENUE
1906

A BIBLIOGRAPHY

OF THE

SANSKRIT DRAMA


WITH AN

INTRODUCTORY SKETCH OF

THE DRAMATIC LITERATURE OF INDIA


BY

MONTGOMERY SCHUYLER, Jr., A.M.

SECRETARY OF LEGATION AND CONSUL-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES TO SIAM
SOMETIME FELLOW IN INDO-IRANIAN LANGUAGES
IN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY


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New York
THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, Agents
66 FIFTH AVENUE
1906

 

TO

PROFESSOR A. V. WILLIAMS JACKSON

MY FRIEND AND TEACHER

 

 

To make future editions of the bibliography more nearly complete and accurate, all persons observing errors or omissions are requested to communicate them to the editor of this series, A. V. Williams Jackson, Columbia University, New York, who will gratefully acknowledge all such assistance.

 

 

CONTENTS

PAGE
Preface vii
Introductory Sketch of the Sanskrit Drama 1
General Works on the Sanskrit Drama:
1. Hindu Works on Dramatics 16
2. Works of General Criticism 18
3. Chapters in Histories of Sanskrit Literature 22
4. Collected Translations of Sanskrit Dramas 22
Names of Authors and Titles of their Works 24
Appendix I. Some Dramas in the Modern Vernaculars 98
Appendix II. Classification of the Dramas 101
 

 

Copyright 1906, by
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