100 Great Monologues from the Neo-classical Theatre
Smith and Kraus, 1994 - Drama - 157 pages
Selected from the Restoration period and the Age of Reason, these selections go from monologues for women, including All for love or the world well lost and The misanthrope, to monologues for men, including The beggar's opera and The school for scandal.
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ANDROMACHE Jean Racine
CATO Joseph Addison
CINNA Pierre Cornielle
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