Charming Léandre: A Comedy in One Act

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S. French, 1915 - 16 pages

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Page 20 - Probably the bestknown and most frequently acted comedy of manners in the realm of nineteenth century French drama. It is replete with wit and comic situations. For nearly forty years it has held the stage, while countless imitators have endeavored to reproduce its freshness and charm.
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