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Fri Mar 21 17:12:11 2014 UTClccn-n500027300.19The Judi Dench collection0.530.90Georges Feydeau /4929810Georges_Feydeaun 5000273038363Feydeau, George 1862-1921Feydeau, GeorgesFeydeau, Georges Léon Jules MarieFeydeau, Georges Leon Jules Marie., 1862-Feydeau, Georges Leon Jules Marie, 1862-1921フェドー, ジョルジュlccn-n81117557Shapiro, Norman R.auitrllccn-n50021463Pronko, Leonard Cabelllccn-n79002766Gidel, Henryauiwamcomedtlccn-n82023994Desvallières, Maurice1857-1926antadpclblccn-n79096858Bentley, Eric1916-edtlccn-n82215506Esteban, Manuel A.lccn-n81105103Baker, Stuart E.(Stuart Eddy)lccn-n79042161Shaw, Barnetttrladplccn-n50041306Labiche, Eugène1815-1888antlccn-n84151563McLeish, Kenneth1940-1997Feydeau, Georges1862-1921Criticism, interpretation, etcDramaHistoryStories, plots, etcFeydeau, Georges,French farcesFrench dramaFarceAesthetics, FrenchLabiche, Eugène,FranceVaudevilleEngland--LondonNurse and patientNightclubsFamiliesBusinessmenGermanyRussiaGentryParent and teenagerWidowsHospice nursesBachelorsSchizophreniaChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,Frayn, MichaelHopkins, John,Ackland, Rodney,Ibsen, Henrik,Mythology, GreekIo (Greek mythology)Erinyes (Greek mythology)Orestes (Greek mythology)Seven against Thebes (Greek mythology)AeschylusAntigone (Greek mythology)Danaus (Greek mythology)Prometheus (Greek deity)Hephaestus (Greek deity)Dramatists, FrenchMarriageAdulteryTriangles (Interpersonal relations)Man-woman relationshipsMonologues, FrenchAristophanesFrench drama (Comedy)American drama (Comedy)TechniqueDrama--TechniqueFarcesHypocrisySeduction1862192118661875188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141916191919201921192219231924192519271928192919311935194119481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141681911042363842.8PQ2611.E86ocn691996799ocn691996798ocn691996795ocn691996796ocn691996791ocn691996793ocn691996812ocn691997196ocn691952631ocn691997192ocn762618237ocn469725038ocn742857534ocn468745438ocn822837702ocn822816690ocn691996856ocn822755476ocn742851319ocn767072174ocn833038983ocn255232927ocn246755740ocn762581868ocn255257419ocn762646665ocn762935134ocn762579714ocn465583460ocn442655936ocn442656124ocn444717337ocn444207698ocn015088395ocn659134745ocn691996760ocn691579051ocn676588207ocn691502124ocn742857366ocn81032680248617ocn000342147book19600.53Feydeau, GeorgesA flea in her ear; a farceDramaEccentric and hillarious, Georges Feydeau's much loved comedy mixes madness, mayhem, fun and frivolity. When the beautiful wife of Victor Chandebise suspects of having an affair, she enlists the help of her dearest friend to entrap him. Their plan to entice him to a rendezvous at the Hotel Coq D'or spectacularly misfires and chaos ensues. Set in the decadent surroundings of Belle Époque Paris, Feydeau's quintessential farce promises to be an exhilerating even of mistaken identities and comic disaster+-+613589493642746ocn000337288book19480.70Feydeau, GeorgesThéâtre complet3335ocn008990504book19570.37Feydeau, GeorgesHotel Paradiso, a farce-comedy in three acts+-+20756182053242664ocn001859982book19640.33Feydeau, GeorgesA flea in her ear : a farce-comedy in three actsA farce concerning love in turn-of-the-century Paris2442ocn021907357book19900.56Feydeau, GeorgesParadise hotelIn a new translation of Feydeau's farce, a middle-aged man arranges a rendezvous in a small hotel with his best friend's beautiful young wife+-+109230474519945ocn006970106book19140.56Feydeau, GeorgesOccupe-toi d'Amélie, suivi de La dame de chez Maxim19817ocn018439755book19880.84Feydeau, GeorgesThéâtre complet1924ocn031602054book19940.70Feydeau, GeorgesAn absolute turkeyDramaGeorges Feydeau's elegantly complex play is brought to life in this witty, seamless and acutely funny translation by Peter Hall and Nicki Frei. Feydeau, the supreme master of farce, displays all his dramatic tricks as his characters are pulled back and forth spinning dizzily in a surrealistic climax of complications. This translation of An Absolute Turkey (Le Dindon) received its London premiere at the Globe Theatre in December 1993+-+09258739453241884ocn000107776book19700.53Feydeau, GeorgesCat among the pigeons; a play in three acts1722ocn004210818book19770.76Feydeau, GeorgesThe lady from Maxim's : a farce in three acts1643ocn014376870book19850.56Feydeau, GeorgesThe pregnant pause, or, Love's labor lost+-+43048318451612ocn016129692book19720.50Green, Mawby13 rue de l'Amour : a play in three acts+-+780161820532415827ocn028869324book19490.33Feydeau, GeorgesThéâtre completLe Système Ribadier. Feydeau. Georges4070+-+90904676963241572ocn059431148book19990.50Feydeau, GeorgesA flea in her ear+-+559940903615422ocn028869327book19500.33Feydeau, GeorgesThéâtre completLa Main passe. Feydeau. Georges4070+-+619046769632414725ocn028869321book19480.32Feydeau, GeorgesThéâtre completPar la fenêtre. Feydeau. Georges4070+-+29904676963241452ocn001098645book19710.56Feist, GeneGeorges Feydeau's The lady from Maxims̓1441ocn000027055book19680.59Feydeau, GeorgesGeorge Feydeau's A flea in her ear : a farce in three actsDrama1383ocn036387528book19960.59Cocteau, JeanThirteen monologuesSeven monologues by Cocteau written for Edith Piaf and Jean Marais, along with six by Feydeau written in 1882-1898. Meyer's translations of eleven of these monologues were commissioned by the BBC for radio performance; two are newly translated for this volume+-+47140752361373ocn002930930book19600.63Feydeau, GeorgesA gown for his mistress : a farce in three acts+-+300451820532411463ocn000170605book19700.37Feydeau, GeorgesFour farces+-+70588320068423ocn007876901book19820.39Feydeau, GeorgesFeydeau, first to last : eight one-act comedies+-+18198320067254ocn001283353book19740.37Pronko, Leonard CabellGeorges FeydeauCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etc6602ocn000353636book19580.47Bentley, EricLet's get a divorce! and other plays5062ocn009441037book19830.63Esteban, Manuel AGeorges FeydeauCriticism, interpretation, etc4646ocn007837209book19760.66Baker, Stuart EGeorges Feydeau and the aesthetics of farceCriticism, interpretation, etc3775ocn008417561book19820.63Pronko, Leonard CabellEugene Labiche and Georges FeydeauHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc2354ocn086088173visu20070.19The Judi Dench collectionDramaFilm adaptationsMelodramaTalking to a stranger: A grown-up brother and sister go home to visit their elderly parents, but a series of emotional developments lead to shocking resolutions. Consists of four episodes, telling the same events from each major character's point of view+-+53329346962172ocn012581324book19850.47Feydeau, GeorgesThree boulevard farces2024ocn006347716book19790.86Gidel, HenryLe théâtre de Georges FeydeauHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc1622ocn013063814book19860.84Marcoux, J. PaulGeorges Feydeau, three farces1594ocn023828653book19910.90Gidel, HenryGeorges FeydeauBiographyCette biographie du roi du vaudeville qui fit rire le Tout-Paris pendant plus de trente ans (1890-1916) est, selon Robert Lévesque, "un ouvrage attentif et presque besogneux, mais large d'esprit, qui retrace le parcours", la carrière et la vie privée passablement dissolue de l'auteur à succès (ce qui fait dire à J. Nerson que Gidel "a la franchise de nous montrer l'envers du décor")1503ocn000669869book19720.84Lorcey, JacquesGeorges Feydeau1394ocn053389744book20030.86Feydeau, GeorgesThree farces : Fitting for ladies ; A close shave (in collaboration with Maurice Desvallières) ; Sauce for the goose+-+61487559361182ocn028888939book19940.84Feydeau, GeorgesFive by Feydeau1123ocn000876375book19720.88Shenkan, ArletteGeorges FeydeauCriticism, interpretation, etc1082ocn022732096book19890.37Galati, FrankA flea in her ear : an adaptation of Georges Feydeau's Boulevard farce1042ocn048971406book0.70AeschylusPlaysDrama+-+85261286951041ocn144665450book20060.63Ives, DavidA flea in her ear : a new version of Georges Feydeau's farce"A Flea in Her Ear is the greatest of French farces, perhaps the greatest farce ever written. Raymonde Chandebise suspects that her husband, Victor, a placid and successful insurance executive, is secretly having an affair. To find out, she and her friend Lucienne write him an anonymous love letter suggesting a rendezvous at the shady Frisky Puss Hotel. Thinking the letter was intended for his coworker, the gigolo Tournel, Victor sends Tournel off to make the rendezvous in his place. Lucienne's jealous Spanish husband, meanwhile, finds the letter, recognizes his wife's handwriting and takes his pistols to the Frisky Puss, hoping to catch her in the act. Meanwhile, Victor's nephew Camille tries to warn everyone about the mix-up, but his ridiculous speech impediment prevents anyone from understanding him. In Act Two, all decamp to the Frisky Puss where, it turns out, the drunken bellboy Poche is the exact double of the proper Victor Chandebise. Meeting Poche and thinking she's been caught by her husband, Raymonde keeps trying to escape from the hotel with Tournel, but a revolving bed keeps flinging them from room to room, as more and more of the involved parties pile into the hotel in a climax culminating in the entrance of the jealous Spaniard and his pistols. In Act Three the vortex spins even faster as all the parties return to the Chandebise home utterly confused about what actually happened and who was who at the Frisky Puss. The drunken bellboy arrives, is mistaken once again for Victor, and all the threads of the multiple mix-ups are sorted out as Victor and Raymonde recognize their mutual confusions and are reunited."--642ocn004767158book19780.86Gidel, HenryLa dramaturgie de Georges FeydeauHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+1092304745+-+1092304745Fri Mar 21 15:12:29 EDT 2014batch55022