Theatre and Revolution. The Culture of the French Stage

By: BROWN, Frederick

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The Viking Press, 1980. 1st US edition. . Hardcover. Small stain to lower edge of rear cover of dj, o/wise good condition. B/W photos & illus. Traces the history of popular theatrical forms in France from their heyday in the 18th century to their revival & transformation in the 20th. Examines the deep divide between "official" French culture & a popular tradition that survived on the edges of public life. Looks at the founders of modern French theatre - Jacques Copeau, Charles Dullin, Jean-Louis Barrault etc. 490pp. 23923 .

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