#1
Hey does anyone know what was special/unique about French Theaters during the Enlightenment Period?


seems like the right place to ask...
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#4
French Theaters = the places in France where plays are performed

Enlightenment Period = a period in time

what was special/unique about them = there was something special/unique about them
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French Theaters = the places in France where plays are performed

Enlightenment Period = a period in time

what was special/unique about them = there was something special/unique about them



The special/unique thing about them was that they were French Theaters during the Enlighenment period.


Happy?
#7
I love Voltaire. He's the only person I've ever seen who's always smiling in his portraits/busts/statues.

He's a happy chappy.
#8
yeah... im looking for more about things like architecture/locations

things of that nature

thanks for the effort though
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yeah... im looking for more about things like architecture/locations
things of that nature

thanks for the effort though



FRANCE!!


Sorry i'm bored as ****, i'm going to bed now lol.
#10
OK, most of them are in Paris and full of what I can only describe as frilly bits. They just look like theatres, mate.
#12
I think that the theatres incorporated more radical ideas. It WAS the enlightenment, after all. Kind of like showing porn and gore to minors nowadays.
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#13
lol danny, thank you

knew id find someone who could actually help
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#14
The SPECIAL thing about the French enlightenment period was that everyone wrote books/plays about having a Greek-type republic.

Also the books were written in painful detail so the book basically became a encyclopedia about gradually introduced items and people.

IT WAS BORING AS HELL!!!


EDIT: I'm never gonna read anything from that period again!
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Also the books were written in painful detail so the book basically became a encyclopedia about gradually introduced items and people.



That's typical of pretty much 19th century western literature. Read any Dickens recently?
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That's typical of pretty much 19th century western literature. Read any Dickens recently?

Not recently but the French pretty muched pwned everyone else in that category
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That's typical of pretty much 19th century western literature. Read any Dickens recently?



I couldn't stand "A Tale of Two Cities". I had to skip over several parts.
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I couldn't stand "A Tale of Two Cities". I had to skip over several parts.

I read about one fifth of Red and Black and then had to stop before I was tempted to commit suicide...and that's the truth
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#19
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I couldn't stand "A Tale of Two Cities". I had to skip over several parts.


I actually hate him myself, don't worry
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I read about one fifth of Red and Black and then had to stop before I was tempted to commit suicide...and that's the truth



I don't know that book, but it must be pretty bad.
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I don't know that book, but it must be pretty bad.

It's called The Red and the Black in English, sorry.

It's by Stendhal.

WikiEDIT: The title has been translated into English variously as Scarlet and Black, Red and Black, and The Red and the Black.
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#22
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It's called The Red and the Black in English, sorry.

It's by Stendhal.

WikiEDIT: The title has been translated into English variously as Scarlet and Black, Red and Black, and The Red and the Black.


oh

I still don't know it though. I feel lame now.
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oh

I still don't know it though. I feel lame now.

Ignorance is a bliss, my friend.

But if you want to know what happened in the book then you'll have all the comforts of Wiki and none the boring bull from the book
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