Bibliography of Willa Cather's Reading

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Total Number of Entries in Reading Bibliography: 1056

    Sardou, Victorien

  1. Author: Sardou, Victorien
    Title: Cleopatra
    Date: 1891
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: In an 1897 Journal article, Cather reviewed Fanny Davenport's productions of several plays by Victorien Sardou: Fedora, La Tosca, Cleopatra, Madame Sans Gene, and Gismonda: "And there is only one Sardou. The matronly Fanny Davenport has been giving him to us all week and he is just as great as ever — in spite of Fanny." In an 1895 Courier article, Cather review of Lillian Lewis as Shakespeare's Cleopatra: "I wish it had been Sardou's Cleopatra that Miss Lewis played, for, compared to Shakespeare's it is cheap and tawdry, it has less beauty to mar, less dignity to lose."
    Note Source: Journal 1/31/1897; Courier 10/26/1895


  2. Author: Sardou, Victorien
    Title: Fedora
    Date: 1887
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: Reviewed Fanny Davenport's productions of several plays by Victorien Sardou: Fedora, La Tosca, Cleopatra, Madame Sans Gene, and Gismonda: "And there is only one Sardou. The matronly Fanny Davenport has been giving him to us all week and he is just as great as ever—in spite of Fanny."
    Note Source: Journal 1/31/1897


  3. Author: Sardou, Victorien
    Title: Gismonda
    Date: 1896
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: Reviewed Fanny Davenport's productions of several plays by Victorien Sardou: Fedora, La Tosca, Cleopatra, Madame Sans Gene, and Gismonda: "And there is only one Sardou. The matronly Fanny Davenport has been giving him to us all week and he is just as great as ever—in spite of Fanny."
    Note Source: Journal 1/31/1897


  4. Author: Sardou, Victorien
    Title: La Tosca
    Date: 1887
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: According to an 1897 Journal article, Cather reviewed Fanny Davenport's productions of several plays by Victorien Sardou: Fedora, La Tosca, Cleopatra, Madame Sans Gene, and Gismonda: "And there is only one Sardou. The matronly Fanny Davenport has been giving him to us all week and he is just as great as ever — in spite of Fanny." In a 1901 Journal article, Cather saw Sarah Bernhardt's performance of it at the end of her 1901 D.C. season.
    Note Source: Journal 1/31/1897; Journal 2/4/1901


  5. Author: Sardou, Victorien
    Title: Madame Sans Gene
    Date: 1894
    Genre: drama
    Note Relating to Cather: Reviewed Fanny Davenport's productions of several plays by Victorien Sardou: Fedora, La Tosca, Cleopatra, Madame Sans Gene, and Gismonda: "And there is only one Sardou. The matronly Fanny Davenport has been giving him to us all week and he is just as great as ever—in spite of Fanny."
    Note Source: Journal 1/31/1897