Definition of Edmond rostand
1. Noun. French dramatist and poet whose play immortalized Cyrano de Bergerac (1868-1918).
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1. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1905)
"The Arena SEPTEMBER, 1905 THE THEATER OF edmond rostand. ... edmond rostand was born on April 1, 1868, at Marseilles, France, and it was there that his ..."
2. The Bookman (1903)
"On June 4, M. edmond rostand took his seat as a member of the French Academy. His election as one of the Immortals was exceedingly popular in Paris, ..."
3. Chief Contemporary Dramatists, Second Series: Eighteen Plays from the Recent by Thomas Herbert Dickinson (1921)
"... CYRANO DE BERGERAC BY edmond rostand Translated from the French by GERTRUDE HALL ... edmond rostand ..."
4. Contemporary French Dramatists: Studies on the Théâtre Libre, Curel, Brieux by Barrett Harper Clark (1915)
"... edmond rostand ROSTAND is hardly a typical modern French dramatist: his is an exceptional case, and his inclusion in the present volume is intended ..."
5. Essays on Modern Dramatists by William Lyon Phelps (1921)
"edmond rostand The twentieth century French Drama has been overrated. Critics speak of Hervieu, Capus, Donnay, Bataille, Lavedan and Bernstein as though ..."
6. The Modern Drama: An Essay in Interpretation by Ludwig Lewisohn (1915)
"edmond rostand (b. 1868), a Frenchman of the South, son of an eminent publicist and scholar of Marseilles, is one of the most remarkable, one of the most ..."
7. The Continental Drama of To-day: Outlines for Its Study, Suggestions by Barrett Harper Clark (1914)
"... L ROSTAND edmond rostand, the most celebrated of modern French dramatists, was born in 1868, at Marseilles. His early schooling was received in his ..."