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Re: Cours sur le theatre francais du XXe Edward Forman

The most satisfying French plays of the twentieth century are Cocteau's _La 
Machine infernale_ and Vinaver's _L'Emission de television_. (How's that for 
a provocatively dogmatic statement?) I suppose you should also be encouraged 
to explore Giraudoux (_La Guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu_) and Montherland 
(_Port Royal_ : great on feminist issues avant la lettre). If you must do 
Anouilh, try something entertaining (_Ornifle_, for example) rather than the 
ubiquitous _Antigone_!
Break a leg.
Edward Forman,
University of Bristol, UK

On Thu, 12 Sep 1996 19:18:45 -0400 BOURASSA ANDRE G wrote:

> From: BOURASSA ANDRE G <bourassa.andre_g@uqam.ca>
> Date: Thu, 12 Sep 1996 19:18:45 -0400
> Subject: Cours sur le theatre francais du XXe
> To: e.r.b.forman@bristol.ac.uk
> Question d'une nouvelle collegue sur le theatre du XXe s. Quelques titres 
> a suggerer. Pour ma part, je pense a Bernard-Marie Koltes: une piece 
> comme _Roberto Zucco_ a ete bien appreciee des etudiants de maitrise de 
> l'ecole francaise de l'Universite du Nouveau-Mexique, a Taos.
> Andre G. Bourassa.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 11 Sep 1996 17:58:07 -0400
> From: Nathalie Dyer <ndyer@mail.hotchkiss.pvt.k12.ct.us>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <balzac-l@CC.UMontreal.CA>
> Subject: XXth century French drama course
> Hello! My advanced French students (post- AP literature) 
> are very interested in drama. We are going to start with 
> the obvious, La Cantatrice chauve, La lecon and Huis-clos. 
> But I would be very grateful for any other suggestions. Did 
> you do something that worked particularly well? Any other 
> Ionesco? What about Beckett? Duras? Je voudrais rester au 
> vingtieme siecle (a la rigueur fin du dix-neuvieme). 
> Merci!
> ----------------------
> Nathalie Dyer
> ndyer@mail.hotchkiss.pvt.k12.ct.us