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La gloire : the Roman Empire of Corneille and Racine

저자: Louis Auchincloss
출판사: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, ©1996.
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"In a charming collection of elegant essays, one of the twentieth century's leading men of letters turns his vast knowledge and worldly authority to the texts of two seventeenth-century French dramatists. Louis Auchincloss considers sixteen plays by Pierre Corneille (1606-84) and his younger theatrical rival, Jean Racine (1639-99). Musing on the ideas that informed the court of the Sun King and on what classical  더 읽기…
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장르/형태: Criticism, interpretation, etc
명시된 사람: Pierre Corneille; Jean Racine; Pierre Corneille; Jean Racine; Pierre Corneille; Jean Racine; Jean Racine; Pierre Corneille; Pierre Corneille; Jean Racine
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Louis Auchincloss
ISBN: 1570031223 9781570031229
OCLC 번호: 35360681
언어 메모: Includes selected passages of Carneille's and Racine's French plays, with parallel English translations.
설명: vii, 90 p. ; 24 cm.
내용: Horace --
Sophonisbe --
Nicomede --
Sertorius --
Mithridate --
La Mort de Pompee --
Cinna --
Britannicus --
Othon --
Tite et Berenice --
Polyeucte --
Theodore and Pulcherie --
Attila --
Surena.
책임: Louis Auchincloss.

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In this collection of essays, Auchincloss considers the text of 17th-century French dramatists, Corneille and Racine. He offers observations about classic French tragedy, passion, self-sacrifice,  더 읽기…

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