The heirs of Molière: four French comedies of the 17th and 18th centuries
This volume contains four representative French comedies of the period from the death of Moliere to the French Revolution: Jean-Francois Regnard's The Absent-Minded Lover, Philippe Nericault Destouches's The Conceited Count, Pierre Nivelle De La Chaussee's The Fashionable Prejudice, and Jean-Louis Laya's The Friend of the Laws.
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The Conceited Count
The Fashionable Prejudice
The Friend of the Laws
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