Historical Dramas of Alfred De Musset

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Lang, 1997 - Drama - 172 pages
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Andrea del Sarto and Lorenzaccio, Alfred de Musset's completed Renaissance historical tragedies, are two of the most remarkable representatives of their dramatic genre and period. Lorenzaccio, in particular, has had a powerful influence on twentieth-century French and European drama. These striking new translations by Musset scholar David Sices make them accessible to contemporary English readers and lovers of theater, as well as directors looking for effective dramatic texts to stage.

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Lorenzaccio
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Notes
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About the author (1997)

Michel Zink holds the chair of Literatures of Medieval France at the Collge de France. He was professor of medieval French literature at the University of Toulouse and at the Sorbonne, and he has been a visiting professor at at universities throughout the United States and Europe, including the University of Constance, the Johns Hopkins University, the University of California, Berkeley, and at Yale University. David Sices is a translator who lives in Hanover, New Hampshire.

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