Mariage de Figaro, ou la Folle Journée, Le

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Beaumarchais's dynamic, fast‐moving sequel to Le Barbier de Séville. Three years have passed. Almaviva is married to Rosine and, though jealous of her fidelity, freely indulges his own sensuality. The ...

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