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La Tour Saint-Jacques

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A prose historic drama in five acts.


From A Bibliography of Alexandre Dumas père by Frank Wild Reed:
     A prose drama in five acts and nine tableaux.
     By Alexandre Dumas and Xavier de Montépin.
     An historical panoramic piece, partly inspired by Dumas' early work "Isabel de Bavière."
     First performed at the Théâtre Impérial or Cirque on the 15th of November, 1856.
     Original edition : Paris, Marchant, 1856, 8vo. of two columns, pp. 32.
     It is now part of Vol. XIII. of the 15 Vol. edition, and of Vol. XX. of that in 25 Vols. as published by Calmann-Lévy.

         Parody :—
     "La Cour de Saint-Jacques la Boucherie," in one act and three tableaux, by G. Bondon. First performed at the Théâtre des Délassements Comiques on the 20th December, 1856. Not printed.

         References :—
     Parran: "Bibliographie d'Alexandre Dumas," pp. 34-35.
     Glinel: "Alexandre Dumas et Son Œuvre," pp. 437-38.
     Lecomte: "Alexandre Dumas," pp. 120-21.


From A Bibliography of Alexandre Dumas père by Frank Wild Reed:
     (CCIV.) CHANT DE JACQUEMIN. Four ten-line stanzas, rhyming a, b, a, b, b, c, d, c, c, d; or a, b, a, b, b, c, d, c. d, d; or a, b, a, a, b, c, d, c, c, d. In Act II., Tableau III., Scene iv.
     (CCV.) CHANT DE SOMMEIL D'ODETTE. Three five-line stanzas, rhyming a, b, a, a, b. In Act III., Tableau V., Scene iii.
     (CCVI.) CHANT DE TONNEAU. One four-line, two five-line, and a final of four, with a six-line chorus (irregular). In Act IV.. Tableau VI., Scene vii.

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