Plays: One. ''Antigone'', ''Leocardia'', ''The Waltz of the Toreasors'', ''The Lark'', ''Poor Bitos''. Paperback – Unabridged, 1 May 2007
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"Anouilh is a poet but not a poet of words, he is a poet of words-acted, of scenes-set, of players-performing." Peter Brook, Director
Anouilh is a poet but not a poet of words, he is a poet of words-acted, of scenes-set, of players-performing. Peter Brook, Director"
"Anouilh is a poet but not a poet of words, he is a poet of words-acted, of scenes-set, of players-performing." --Peter Brook, Director
About the Author
Jean Anouilh was born in Bordeaux in 1910 and lived for many years in Switzerland until his death in 1987. His best-known plays are: Restless Heart (1934), Dinner with the Family, Traveller without Lu ggage (both 1937) Thieves' Carnival (1938), Leocadia (1939), Point of Departure (Eurydice) (1941), A ntigone (1944), the Rehearsal (1950), The Waltz of the Toreadors (1952), The Lark (1953), Poor Bitos (1956), The Director of the Opera (1973). Methuen publishes two volumes of his collected plays.
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caper of pickled despair. Others to read: The Rehearsal,
Mlle Colombe and Ring Round the Moon. At his best,
Jean Anouilh wraps intellectual ideas in classical,
painful comedy. He's often too much for the American
sensibility, which needs something to gag on.
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