Amphitryon 38

1929 play written by Jean Giraudoux

Amphitryon 38 is a play written in 1929 by the French dramatist Jean Giraudoux.

The 1948 production in Krakow

Amphitryon 38 was translated into English in 1938 by S. N. Behrman[1] in 1964 by Phyllis La Farge and Peter H. Judd[2] and in 1967 by Roger Gellert.[3]

Amphitryon 38 was first performed on 8 November 1929[4] in Paris at the Comedie des Champs-Elysees.[5]

References change

  1. Cohen, Robert (1968), Jean Giraudoux; Three Faces of Destiny, p. 158, University of Chicago Press, Chicago
  2. Giraudoux, Jean (1964), Three Plays, vol 2, Translated by Phyllis La Farge and Peter H. Judd, Hill and Wang, New York
  3. Jean Giraudoux; Roger Gellert (1967). Plays: Amphitryon. Intermezzo. Ondine. New York: Oxford University Press. OCLC 5691905.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  4. Grossvogel, David I. (1958), 20th Century French Drama, p. 341, Columbia University Press, New York.
  5. Inskip, Donald, (1958), Jean Giraudoux, The Making of a Dramatist, p. 182, Oxford University Press, New York.