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All gall : malicious monologues & ruthless recitations

Author: Norman R Shapiro; David Schorr
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Applause Books, ©2000.
Series: Tour de farce, v. 6.
Edition/Format:   Book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Finally, a monologue book for actors with a malicious sense of humor - and a ruthless sense of joie de vivre! This galling collection contains scenes drawn from the masters of French humor Georges Feydeau, Fernard Raynaud, et al., written directly for the popular French farce theatre world, as well as from works intended primarily for the printed page: brief journalistic vignettes of Alphonse Allais, the fictions
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman R Shapiro; David Schorr
ISBN: 1557833915 9781557833914
OCLC Number: 43782212
Description: 223 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: I. Of mischief, malice, murder & the law --
II. Of ills, potions, cures, quacks & saviors --
III. Of torsos, limbs, skulls, & assorted body parts --
IV. Of death and dying.
Series Title: Tour de farce, v. 6.
Other Titles: Malicious monologues & ruthless recitations
Responsibility: adapted from the French by Norman R. Shapiro ; illustrations by David Schorr.

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"Finally, a monologue book for actors with a malicious sense of humor - and a ruthless sense of joie de vivre! This galling collection contains scenes drawn from the masters of French humor Georges Feydeau, Fernard Raynaud, et al., written directly for the popular French farce theatre world, as well as from works intended primarily for the printed page: brief journalistic vignettes of Alphonse Allais, the fictions of Apollinaire, and others.

But whether for the actor looking for the je ne sais quoi selection for an upcoming audition or for the reader looking in vain through the "humor" section of the local bookstore, this collection will provide classic French wit and wickedness."--BOOK JACKET.

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