4 edition of Molière and the Italian theatrical tradition found in the catalog.
Molière and the Italian theatrical tradition
Philip A. Wadsworth
Originally published: French Literature Publications Co., 1977.
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The New theatrical observer and censor of the stage ([Dublin̈) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Personal recollections of the drama, or, Theatrical reminiscen- ces, embracing sketches of prominent actors and actresses, their chief charac- teristics, original anecdotes of them, and incidents connected therewith.
Musical reminiscences, chiefly respecting the Italian opera in England from the year to the present time. (London, G. Clarke, ), by Richard Edgcumbe Mount Edgcumbe (page images at HathiTrust) Musical reminiscences of an old amateur: chiefly respecting the Italian opera in England for fifty years, from to Molière, born Jean-Baptiste Poquelin in, began his career as an actor before becoming a playwright who specialized in satirizing the institutions and morals of hishis theater company settled in Paris in the Théâter du Petit-Bourbon.
The object of fierce attack because of such masterpieces as Tartuffe and Don Juan, Molière nonetheless won the favor of the public/5(6).