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« La mise en scène de la promenade dans The Clandestine Marriage (1766) de Colman et Garrick. Entre parodie et rituel de reconnaissance »

Abstract : This article analyzes the garden scene of Colman the Elder and Garrick’s comedy The Clandestine Marriage (act 2) with consideration of the historical shift from French formal to English landscape garden. The many parodic allusions to this context tend to caracterize the two social groups that come together for a marriage project : the rituals of the sentimental walk are perverted by the old lord and even unknown to the merchant Sterling who practizes other recognition rituals.
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Gabriele Vickermann-Ribémont. « La mise en scène de la promenade dans The Clandestine Marriage (1766) de Colman et Garrick. Entre parodie et rituel de reconnaissance ». Sophie Lefay. Se promener au XVIIIe siècle. Rituels et sociabilités, Classiques Garnier, pp.207-219, 2019, 978-2-406-08764-9. ⟨hal-03377019⟩

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