Published 1986 by Lichee Publications in Blairgowrie, Scotland.
Published 1986 by Lichee Publications in Blairgowrie, Scotland. Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-36).
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Henry Becque’s most popular book is Les Corbeaux. Showing 30 distinct works. Les Corbeaux by. Henry Becque.
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The scavengers - henry becque. This book explores the changing styles of acting and staging used in productions of Shakespeare's plays, and the influence of Shakespeare on Victorian dramatists, painters and composers
The scavengers - henry becque. Translated by David H. Walker ISBN 0 947584 110. £. 5. The volume also contains a substantial introduction by David Walker placing the work in the life and times of Henry Becque. This book explores the changing styles of acting and staging used in productions of Shakespeare's plays, and the influence of Shakespeare on Victorian dramatists, painters and composers. 331 pp. 0 521 30110 6 £3. 0 net.
Henry François Becque (9 April 1837 – 12 May 1899), was a French dramatist. He was born in Paris. In 1867, he wrote, in imitation of Lord Byron, the libretto for Victorin de Joncières's opera Sardanapale, but his first important work, Michel Pauper, appeared in 1870. The importance of this sombre drama was first realized when it was revived at the Odéon in 1886. Les Corbeaux (1882) established Becque's position as an innovator, and in 1885 he produced his most successful play, La Parisienne.
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I don’t like the plays and the stuffy talks He has a deep voice and a manner that is rather harsh and authoritative. Gordon, k about tw&nty-four or twenty-five, is fairly tad, slight and good- ' looking.
I don’t like the plays and the stuffy talks. I like the dance music, and so does Gordon. He has a deep voice and a manner that is rather harsh and authoritative. Both mm wear well-cut dinner-jackets.
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