Cirano di Bergerac
Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 209
Edition language: Italian
, European Literature
, Historical Fiction
, French Literature
This is a strange combination of things. It is a play from the late 19th century written in verse. It is sort of a romantic-comedy and sort of a tragedy at the same time. It has some quite clever scenes. However, it is sort of quite a bit fluffy and is written as a crowd-pleaser. Despite the fa...
Because my family has always had loads of books, we have a special closet that contains all the ones that won't fit in the bookshelves. Unlike places I live - which I've always crammed full of bookshelves - my mother likes to have books kept in certain areas. So there are very nice looking old books...
Vay anam!!! Where to start!?My poor, poor Cyrano! I saw it on TV as a (very small)kid, but never read the Play. Never did I realise, what I had missed all those years!!ONE1!I have always been of the believe, that people with a beautiful Mind are a thousand times better to love than people with a bea...
I love this play beyond the telling. It's one of the few single plays I own. The plays I keep on my shelves are complete plays of Shakespeare, Marlowe and Oscar Wilde, some Moliere, a collection of Spanish classics such as de Barca's La Vida Es Un Sueno and this--one of the few French plays that Ame...
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