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"Drame" is a book by Philippe Sollers.

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Google previewBarthes (2017)

A Biography by Tiphaine Samoyault

Thus, Drame is a return to 'the golden age, that of the coming to awareness, that of speech. The time it evokes is that of the body ...

Google previewThe Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, &c (1840)

Scribe's plays may be said to be so many ingenious examples how to break one commandment, the drame is a grand and general chaos of them all ; nay, several crimes are added, not prohibited in the Decalogue, which was written ...

Google previewThe Literary Gazette (1840)

Scribe's plays may be said to be so many ingenious examples vhow to break one commandment, the drame is a grand and general chaos of them all; nay, several crimes are added, not prohibited in the Decalogue, which was written ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Enlightenment (2005)

by Harvey Chisick

BOURGEOIS DRAMA/DRAME BOURGEOIS. If the Greek term drama (action) evolved in numerous European languages to designate a theatrical work in general, the theatrical meaning of the ...

Google previewMcGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama (1984)

An International Reference Work in 5 Volumes by Stanley Hochman, McGraw-Hill, inc

drame French term, originally defined by Alain-Rene Lesage, ...

Google previewSecond Supplement to the Dictionary Catalogue of the Public School Library of Grand Rapids, Mich (1898)

by Grand Rapids Public School (Grand Rapids, Mich.). Library

—Le pater, drame en un acte, en vers, with [English] introduction and notes by F. C. de Sumichrast.

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature (1995)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

drame bourgeois drame bourgeois \,dram-burzh-'wa\ [French, bourgeois drama] Type of play that enjoyed brief popularity in France in the late 1 8th century. Written for and about the middle class and based upon the theories of the French ...

Google previewThe Reader's Encyclopedia of World Drama (2002)

by John Gassner, Edward Quinn

drame bourgeois. A term used in the late eighteenth century to designate serious. and often sentimental. plays that show that man is essentially good but misled by social prejudices. Drante bourgeois. also called genre sérieux, ...

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