Crispin rival de son maître
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Crispin rival de son maître (English: Crispin, his master's rival) is a farce in one act by Alain-René Lesage first produced in 1707. Its plot concerns the effort of a valet who, rather than try to further his masters interests as is typical of the period, tries to supplant that master in love and gain.
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