19TH CENTURY THAETRE

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Other noteworthy French writers included Emile Augier, who wrote Olympe's Marriage and Madame Poirier's Son-in-Law; and Eugene Scribe. Scribe developed what's known as the well-made play. His plays, including A Glass of Water and Marriage for Money, had five full acts, clear exposition of situation, and logical resolutions...
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Scribe developed what's known as the well-made play. His plays, including A Glass of Water and Marriage for Money, had five full acts, clear exposition of situation, and logical resolutions. French theorist Emile Zola railed against Scribe's concept of the well-made play...
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