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Adrienne Barbara Levy New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1960, pp. 303. A romantic and sentimental bio-novel about the great French actress Adrienne Lecouvreur, this rather predictable story begins in 1706 when Adrienne is 14 and concludes in 1730 when she is 38 and dies of poison. The novel embraces her first audition for the Théatre Français (where she fails to impress as Corneille's Chimène), her apprenticeship at the theatre in Lille, her debut in Paris Page 3 in 1717, her various amours, and her acquaintanceship with King Louis XIV.
Though it invents many situations and puts words into the characters' mouths for which there is no supporting documentation, this remains as informative a telling of Molière's life as one could hope to find. As such, it is invaluable for those studying or working on Molière's plays. It imagines the events surrounding the writing of the plays, describes the practices of Molière's troupe, and enfolds the known facts into a graceful story. Adrienne Barbara Levy New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1960, pp.
ISBN 0-394-52767-4 A first-person reminiscence by a star of the Yiddish stage, this engaging novel interweaves the reality of romance with the mysticism of The Dybbuk, in which play the narrator acted the heroine. This story gives its readers an earthy introduction to the glory days of the Yiddish theatre in New York and provides theatre buffs with a novel approach to the theatre of Stella Adler and friends. I, Rachel March Cost New York: Vanguard, 1957, pp. 477. In an audacious choice which the success of this book justifies, the author has written this "bio- Page 20 graphical novel" in the first person, as the memoirs of Rachel.