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The tiny kingdoms that subsequently sprang up all over Southeast Asia
continually fought among themselves; their kings were neither powerful nor rich,
and the royal courts became centres of military planning and political intrigue.
During the ...
REGINALD LE MAY, The Culture of Southeast Asia (1954), deals with the art and
architecture of Southeast Asian peoples, george coedes, Les stats hindouises d'
ln- dochine et d'Indonesie, new ed. (1964; Eng. trans., The Indian- ized States of
ASIAN THEATRE Although the emergence of Asian theatre was not
simultaneous with that of ancient Greece and Rome, it merits discussion here
rather than as an appendage to the history of Western drama. Asian theatre, to
speak in ...
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