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 (rôs-täN′), Edmond 1868-1918.
French playwright known for his light, entertaining works, particularly Cyrano de Bergerac (1897).


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(Biography) Edmond (ɛdmɔ̃). 1868–1918, French playwright and poet in the romantic tradition; best known for his verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac (1897)



Edmond, 1868–1918, French playwright and poet.
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The Cyprus Theatre Organization (Thoc) will put on the masterpiece Cyrano de Bergerac by top romance novelist and French writer Edmund Rostand. The play is a heroic comedy that focuses on the grand beauty of life, praising love, generosity, dignity, bravery, spirit and, above all, absolute love.
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Born in 1868, Edmond Rostand was a French dramatist in the romantic tradition.
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Despite the panache of Rostand's Cyrano, the traditional, military idea of heroism was now being undermined both by a generalized crisis of masculinity and a pervasive sense of vulnerability.
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Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand, newly adapted and directed by Damien Ryan
Cyrano de Bergerac, written by Frenchman Edmond Rostand, has its American premiere at the Garden Theater in New York City.
Credit helmer Jamie Lloyd with an original concept for staging Rostand's 19th-century romantic drama.
Mayor Councillor Anna Rostand told the meeting: "We are listening to our local residents' concerns.