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  1. Les chef-d'oeuvres de Pierre et de Thomas Corneille - [complete in 3 volumes].[Partial contents: vol.2. Polyceute. Pompe´e. Rodoguse. By Pierre Corneille] by Pierre (1606-1684) Corneille, 1771-01-01
  2. Les chef-doeuvres de Pierre et de Thomas Corneille - [complete in 3 volumes].[Partial contents: vol.2. Polyceute. Pompeïÿýe. Rodoguse. By Pierre Corneille] by Pierre (1606-1684) Corneille, 1771-01-01
  3. Oeuvres des deux Corneille (Pierre et Thomas) : collationneïÿýe sur les meilleurs textes, preïÿýceïÿýdeïÿýes de la vie de Pierre Corneille, reïÿýdigeïÿýe dapre`s les documents anciens et nouveaux avec les variantes et les corrections de Pierre Corneille. by Pierre (1606-1684) Corneille, 1865-01-01
  4. Oeuvres choisies de P. Corneille by Pierre, 1606-1684 Corneille, 1822
  5. SIX PLAYS By CORNEILLE And RACINE. Modern Library # 194. Edited and With an Introduction by Professor Paul Landis. by Pierre [1606 - 1684]; Racine, Jean [1639 - 1699]. Corneille, 1931
  6. THEATRE COMPLET [Classiques Garnier] [vol. 1] by Pierre, 1606-1684 (edited by Georges Couton) Corneille, 1993
  7. Chefs-d'uvre De P. Corneille: Avec Une Histoire Abrégée Du Théâtre Français, Une Biographie De L'auteur, Et Un Choix De Notes De Divers Commentateurs (French Edition) by Corneille Pierre 1606-1684, Saucié. M. D, 2010-10-05
  8. Horace, Tragédie. Éd. Nouv. À L'usage Des Classes, Avec Une Introd., Des Éclaircissements Et Des Notes Par Félix Hémon (French Edition) by Corneille Pierre 1606-1684, Hémon Félix 1848-1915, 2010-09-28
  9. Anaximandre; Ou, Le Sacrifice Aux Graces, Comédie En L Acte, En Vers De Dix Syllabes. On Y A Joint Des Changemens Adoptés Au Théâtre Français Pour La Tragédie ... De Polyeucte Du Mêm (French Edition) by Corneille Pierre 1606-1684, 2010-09-27
  10. Horace: Tragédie. Nouv. Éd., Avec Une Notice Sur La Pièce, Un Commentaire Historique, Philologique Et Littéraire, Destinée À L'enseignement Spécial, Aux ... Normales Primaires, Etc. (French Edition) by Corneille Pierre 1606-1684, 2010-09-28
  11. The ROMAN FATHER.A Tragedy.Written By Mr. W. Whitehead.Taken From The Manager's Book, at the Theatre Royal, Covent=Garden. by William [1715 - 1785].Corneille, Pierre [1606 - 1684]. Whitehead, 1786
  12. Horace. [Edited] by Leon Delbos Volume 2 by Pierre, 1606-1684 Corneille, 2009-10-26
  13. The Cid, Cinna, The Theatrical Illusion (Penguin Classics) by Pierre Corneille, 1976-01-30
  14. Pierre Corneille, by Claude Kurt Abraham, 1972-10

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3. Pierre Corneille - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Pierre Corneille Born 6 June 1606
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Pierre Corneille Pierre Corneille (6 June 1606 – 1 October 1684) was a French tragedian who was one of the three great seventeenth-century French dramatists , along with Molière and Racine . He has been called “the founder of French tragedy” and produced plays for nearly forty years.
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    Corneille was born at Rouen , France, to Marthe le Pesant de Boisguilbert and Pierre Corneille, a distinguished lawyer. He was given a rigorous Jesuit education and at 18 began to study law. His practical legal endeavors were largely unsuccessful. Corneille’s father secured two magisterial posts for him with the Rouen department of Forests and Rivers. During his time with the department he wrote his first play. It is unknown exactly when he wrote it, but the play, the comedy Mélite , surfaced when Corneille brought it to a group of traveling actors in 1629. The actors approved of the work and made it part of their repertoire. The play was a success in Paris and Corneille began writing plays on a regular basis. He moved to Paris in the same year and soon became one of the leading playwrights of the French stage. His early comedies, starting with

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Corneille, Pierre (1606–1684) French dramatist. His tragedies, such as Horace (1640), Cinna (1641), and Oedipe (1659), glorify the strength of will governed by reason, and, Pierre

5. Religiosi - Corneille, Pierre. L'Imitation De Jesu
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6. Biography Of Pierre Corneille - French Dramatist
Although Pierre Corneille is regarded as the founder of French tragedy, six of his first eight plays were comedies. He actually produced 20 works while a member of parliament, and
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'); document.write(''); document.write('' + txt + ''); // End > PIERRE CORNEILLE - French Dramatist P parlement in 1629 (the year his first play was written), and was a member of that judicial body for 21 years. That he actually produced 20 plays while a member of parlement , and 12 afterward, is an indication of both his energy and his vitality. A lthough Corneille is regarded as the founder of French tragedy, six of his first eight plays, beginning with Melite (c.1629), were comedies. In each, however, he was working toward the creation of the Cornelian hero. In La Place Royale (1633-34) his comedy does not exclude seriousness. The hero abandons his proposed wife because he feels that love is only a phase in life and does not justify sacrificing duty and freedom. T he best examination of heroic motives occurs in Le Cid (1637), which was influenced by Spanish tales of the famous 11th-century warrior known as El Cid. In this, Corneille's first masterpiece, the hero is placed in a clearly defined social world. The conflict arises between the claims of society and personal choice. In the end, love must be subordinated to a higher sense of purpose. The problem of choice is stressed differently in each of Corneille's major plays. In Le Cid it is honor; in Horace (1640), patriotism; in

7. Corneille, Pierre (Harper's Magazine)
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8. Corneille, Pierre. 1909–14. Polyeucte. Vol. 26, Part 2. The Harvard Classics
Complete text of the play by Pierre Corneille.
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Corneille, Pierre (pyĕr k rnā`yə), 1606–84, French dramatist, ranking with Racine as a master of French classical tragedy. Educated by Jesuits, he practiced law briefly in his, Pierre

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Corneille, Pierre . Born June 6, 1606, in Rouen; died Oct. 1, 1684, in Paris. French dramatist. Member of the French Academy from 1647. The son of a lawyer, Corneille began his Corneille

11. The Cid
A synopsis of the play by Pierre Corneille.
A synopsis of the play by Pierre Corneille
THE CID was first produced in Paris, probably late in November, 1636.
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12. Corneille Pierre Books - Oeuvres Diverses De Pierre Corneille
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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Pierre Corneille French tragic dramatist whose plays treat grand moral themes in elegant verse (1606-1684), Pierre

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Aîné des six enfants d’une famille aisée de magistrats rouennais , Pierre Corneille entame en une carrière d’avocat à Rouen. C'est alors qu'en 1628 son père lui achète deux offices d'avocat du roi au siège des Eaux et Forêts et à l'amirauté de France. Il prend ses fonctions le 16 février 1629. En , un chagrin amoureux le conduit à écrire ses premiers vers, puis sa première comédie, Mélite Clitandre, la Veuve, la Galerie du Palais, la Suivante, la Place Royale, Médée

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French dramatist, whose plays are masterpieces of classical French literature. Corneille was born on June 8, 1606, in Rouen, Normandy, the son of a government
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