This article examines a theatrical work of George Sand, Claudie, performed the 11th January 1851 on the theatre of Porte Saint Martin in Paris. The analysis concentrates at first on the modalities of writing of this theatre, and secondly on the relation of the famous novelist with the dramatic art, for which she had a great passion but the processes of which she did never come out very well. Claudie was successful for the large audience but the critics were more cautious. The play, all the same, marks a renewal of theatrical art for which George Sand will be always a careful promoter.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||A la croisée des chemins|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2006|