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by Bernard D. N. Grebanier,Jean Racine
Phaedra (Racine) An English Acting Version Paperback by Bernard D. N. Grebanier (Translator) Paperback: 92 pages Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
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Jean Racine, Bernard D. ISBN 10: 0812001435 ISBN 13: 9780812001433. Book Description Condition: Good. Publisher: Barrons Educational Series Inc Pub Date: 6/1/1958 Binding: Paperback Pages: 92 Translated By D. Seller Inventory 6094278. More information about this seller Contact this seller.
Bernard Grebanier (March 8, 1903 – March 1977) was an American drama historian, critic, writer and poet, most notable for his studies of the works of William Shakespeare. Grebanier was a professor of English at Brooklyn College from 1926 until 1964. In 1941 he was quoted in evidence presented to the Supreme Court of the United States denouncing a former associate professor as a Communist during the professor's appeal against dismissal from his position.
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Jean Racine was born on October 22nd,1639 in France. He was a play writer who mostly wrote tragedies and before he died he wrote one comedy. The success of Pradon’s work made Racine quite his playwriting. His contemporaries were Moliere and Corneille. He wrote Phaedra in 1677. He is considered to be one of the most famous French play writers in the time of Classicism.
Phaedra is consumed with passion for Hippolytus, her stepson. Believing her husband dead, she confesses her love to him. In his interpretation, Racine replaced the stylized tragedy with human-scale characters and actions. Introduction by Richard Wilbur. 12,39 €. Price: 10,16 €.
Racine pursues the ability to sin in the heart and not in the flesh. He wraps it all in the tortuous history of the Royal House of Thebes. Displays a joy to anyone who loves both of theology and the mythology of ancient Greece.
Phaedra - Jean Racine. Introduction to phaedra. Jean Baptiste Racine, the younger contemporary of Corneille, and his rival for supremacy in French classical tragedy, was born at Ferté-Milon, December 21, 1639
Phaedra - Jean Racine. Jean Baptiste Racine, the younger contemporary of Corneille, and his rival for supremacy in French classical tragedy, was born at Ferté-Milon, December 21, 1639. He was educated at the College of Beauvais, at the great Jansenist school at Port Royal, and at the College d'Harcourt. He attracted notice by an ode written for the marriage of Louis XIV in 1660, and made his first really great dramatic success with his Andromaque. His tragic masterpieces include Britannicus, Bérénice, Bajazet, Mithridate, Iphigénie, and Phèdre, all written between 1669 and 1677.
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