Daughters of Eve : a cultural history of French theater women from the Old Regime to the fin de siècle /

Female stage performers haunted French public life in the century before and after the Revolution. This study delineates the distinctive place of actresses, dancers, and singers within the French erotic and political imaginations. From the moment they became an unofficial caste of mistresses to Fran...

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Main Author: Berlanstein, Lenard R.
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2001.
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Call Number: PN2622.W65 B47 2001
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