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by Moses Barras

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Author: Moses Barras
ISBN: 0877530513
ISBN13: 978-0877530510
Language: English
Publisher: Phaeton Press (1973)
Pages: 358
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The controversy over the morality of the stage as well as the social and religious status of the actor is not solely French, but European

The controversy over the morality of the stage as well as the social and religious status of the actor is not solely French, but European. Rooted in antiquity, the hoary prejudice against the theatre was fully expanded in the writings of the early Church Fathers, who regarded the comedians of their day as pariahs with whom no Christian could associate

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The Stage Controversy in France from Corneille to Rousseau. Corneille et la tragédie politique. Der verborgene Gott Studie über die tragische Weltanschauung in den Pensées Pascals und im Theater Racines.

See M. Barras, The Stage Controversy in France from Corneille to Rousseau, New York: Publications of the Institute of French Studies, 1933. 20. Jan Clarke, Women Theatre Professionals in 17th-Century France in Women in European Theatre, ed. Elizabeth Woodrough, London: Intellect, 1995: 23–31 (23). See Mme du Noyer, Lettres historiques et galantes, I:15, in P. Mélèse, Le Théâtre et le public à Paris sous Louis XIV (1659–1715), Paris: Droz, 1934; Geneva, 1976, 17. oogle Scholar.

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de Brocard, 1930; and Barras, Moses . The stage controversy in France from Corneille ta Rousseau, New York, 1933. 27. Paradoxe sur le comédien, Œuvres complètes, Vol. VIII, p. 397. 28. de Marrousem, Pierre, ‘Une association ouvrière de l'ancien régime, la Comédie-Française’, Séances et Travaux de l'Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, 72e année, Nouvelle série, Vol. CLXXVIII, 1912, pp. 479–90. 29. Mémoires secrets, 20th 04 1765 (Vol. II).

Moses Barras Although censorship of plays was introduced into France during this period, the theatre enjoyed greater freedom than ever before.

SOURCE: "The Introduction of a Regular Stage Censorship," in The Stage Controversy from Corneille to Rousseau, Publications of the Institute of French Studies, In. 1933, pp. 130–55 Although censorship of plays was introduced into France during this period, the theatre enjoyed greater freedom than ever before. Strangely enough, a number of daring plays like Legrand's Amour du diable, which was performed in 1708, were permitted.

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