A Dozen French Farces: Medieval to Modern

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Albert Bermel
Limelight Editions, 1997 - Drama - 405 pages
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Contains twelve plays that have been translated into modern English so that everyone can enjoy the fun. Albert Bermel is a well published critic of modern theatre and has received awards and recognition for his work. The twelve plays are: Washtub; Barber of Seville; Boubouroche; Ubo Cocu; Love of Three Oranges; Hey, Cut Out the Parading Around Stark Naked; Police Chief's an Easy Going Guy; Imaginary Invalid; Piggy Bank; Autumn Violins; My Wife's Dead Brother; Professor Taranne.

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