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The School for Wives. Being a translation in English verse by the Earl of Longford, etc. [With illustrations.].

Olney Theatre presents Moliere's "The School for Wives," with Michael McGuire, Mary Jane Milli, Bernard McInerney, directed by Leo Brady, setting and costumes by Joseph F. Bella, lighting by James La Rue, the text is based on the translation made by H. Baker and J. Miller in 1739.

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  • "Olney Theatre presents Moliere's "The School for Wives," with Michael McGuire, Mary Jane Milli, Bernard McInerney, directed by Leo Brady, setting and costumes by Joseph F. Bella, lighting by James La Rue, the text is based on the translation made by H. Baker and J. Miller in 1739."@en
  • "Romantic comedy set in 17th-century France with the aged guardian versus young man as suitor of young woman."
  • "Molière, undoubtedly one of the greatest writers of comedy in the history of theatre, won enormous success for The School for Wives (L'Ecole des Femmes) in Paris in 1662; yet this highly popular play, satirising ridiculous male attitudes to women, aroused as much hostility as critical acclaim. Arnolphe, a narrow-minded merchant hoping to marry his young ward, Agnès, is obsessed with the fear of being made a cuckold. But all his artful plans serve only to speed him towards the fate he is so desperate to avoid. Molière himself first played the hapless merchant, and this believab."@en

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  • "The School for Wives. Being a translation in English verse by the Earl of Longford, etc. [With illustrations.]."@en
  • "The school for wives; The critique of the school for wives; Tartuffe; Don Juan; The miser; The would-be gentleman; The would-be invalid; Berenice; Phaedra / Great books of the world vol. 31"
  • "The school for wives; comedy in five acts, 1662."
  • "The school for wives : being a translation into English verse by the Earl of Longford."
  • "The School for wives : free version /"
  • "School for wives : (L'ecole des femmes) /"
  • "The school for wives, being a translation into English verse by the Earl of Longford of Lé̕cole des femmes,"@en
  • "School for wives : Moliere's 'L'ecole des femmes', in a free version by Miles Malleson."
  • "The school for wives [u.a.]. Berenice [u.a.] / Jean Racine. /"
  • "The school for wives."@en
  • "The school for wives."
  • "School for wives /"
  • "School for wives /"@en
  • "Molière. Racine"
  • "The School for Wives."
  • "The School for Wives ... Free version by Miles Malleson."@en
  • "The school for wives criticis'd"
  • "The school for wives : comedy in 5 acts, 1662 /"
  • "The School for Wives. Molière's L'École des Femmes in a free version by Miles Malleson. [With plates.]."@en
  • "The school for wives. L'école des femmes in a free version"
  • "The school for wives"
  • "The school for wives"@en
  • "Berenice"
  • "The school for wives ... Translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur."@en
  • "Ecole des femmes"@en
  • "Ecole des femmes"
  • "École des femmes"@en
  • "The school for wives /"
  • "The school for wives /"@en
  • "The school for wives comedy in five acts, 1662."@en
  • "The school for wives. The critique of the school for wives. Tartuffe. Don Juan. The miser. The would-be gentleman. The would-be invalid. Jean Racine: Berenice. Phaedra."
  • "The School for wives : Molière's L'Ecole des Femmes in a free version by M. Malleson."
  • "The school for wives = L'école des femmes /"
  • "School for Wives."@en
  • "Molière's, the school for wives"
  • "The School for Wives"@en
  • "The school for wives,"
  • "School for wives,"
  • "The school for wives : Molière's L'école des femmes /"@en
  • "School for wives L'école des femmes /"@en
  • "The school for wives : free version."
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