L'Impromptu de Paris
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|L'Impromptu de Paris|
|Written by||Jean Giraudoux|
|Date premiered||3 December 1937|
|Place premiered||Théâtre de l'Athénée in Paris|
|Subject||A play about the theatre itself|
|Setting||A theatre stage|
L'Impromptu de Paris (In English: The Shepherd of Paris) is a play written in 1937 by French dramatist Jean Giraudoux.
L'Impromptu de Paris was translated into English by Rima Dell Reck, in the Tulane Drama Review (1959).
- Cohen, Robert (1968), Jean Giraudoux; Three Faces of Destiny, p. 158, University of Chicago Press, Chicago
- Grossvogel, David I. (1958), 20th Century French Drama, p. 341, Columbia University Press, New York.
- Inskip, Donald, (1958), Jean Giraudoux, The Making of a Dramatist, p. 182, Oxford University Press, New York.
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