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Re: Prologue et voix du parterre Shawn Huffman



On Sun, 20 Oct 1996, BOURASSA ANDRE G wrote:

George Forestier fait une etude detaillee du prologue dans son essai, "Le
Theatre dans le theatre...".  Il me semble qu'il cite Corneille en
exemple.

Shawn Huffman
 > 
> On Sat, 19 Oct 1996, RICHARD GORRIE wrote:
> 
> > From: Richard Gorrie <rgorrie@UOGUELPH.CA>
> > Subject: Prologues by the Pit
> > 
> > In the prologue to Charles Macklin's _A Will and No Will_ (1746) the
> > character Snarlewit says that the idea of having members of the pit speak
> > the prologue, as Macklin does in his play, is not a new idea, but "in
> > imitation of a French writer who stole it from one of the Greek comic
> > poets."  Can anyone identify the writers or plays referred to?  Of course,
> > any help would be greatly appreciated.
> > 
> > -- Richard Gorrie
> >    University of Guelph
> >    rgorrie@uoguelph.ca
> > 
> > 
> 
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