Theatre, Opera, and Audiences in Revolutionary Paris : Analysis and Repertory
This comprehensive inventory is the result of a study of all performances of plays and operas announced in two Parisian newspapers during the decade of the French Revolution. The research conducted by a team of French and American historians tests the two-century-old assumption that Parisian theatre during the French Revolution was nothing more than a forum for political debate. This work will be an important resource for scholars of French theatre, opera, and literature, as well as for historians of the French Revolution.
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- R. Emmet Kennedy, Marie Netter, Mark Olsen
- Hardback | 424 pages
- 160.78 x 243.33 x 34.54mm | 816.47g
- Publication date
- 28 Feb 1996
- Praeger Publishers Inc
- Publication City/Country
- Westport, United States
- Illustrations note
- statistics, tables, endnotes, references, indexes