Noble Characters

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Theatre Of France - Historic Overview - Baroque Theatre
... both comedy and tragedy—should feature noble characters (this would eliminate many low-characters, typical of the farce, from Corneille's comedies) ... Noble characters should not be depicted as vile (reprehensible actions are generally due to non-noble characters in Corneille's plays) ... tragi-comedy) 1657 Armetzar ou les Amis ennemis (tragi-comedy) 1658 Le Riche mécontent ou le noble imaginaire (Comedy)1660 L'Académie des Femmes, (Farce, in ...
Neo-classical Tragedy
... suppositions The stage—in both comedy and tragedy—should feature noble characters (this would eliminate many low-characters, typical of the farce ... Noble characters should not be depicted as vile (reprehensible actions are generally due to non-noble characters in Corneille's plays) ... conflicts between a small group of noble characters, and concentrated on these characters' double-binds and the geometry of their unfulfilled desires and hatreds ...
Minor Characters Of Rome - Noble Characters
... The character returns as a young boy (portrayed by Nicolò Brecci) in the episode Son of Hades, in which Cleopatra asks Mark Antony to declare him Caesar's son (though not his heir) ... Atia later adds Jocasta's father to the list of nobles Octavian and Mark Antony proscribe ... Historically he was as young as is portrayed, and the character's "chubbiness" is a nice allusion to a family trait of the Ptolemaic dynasty as historically attested in ...

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