The girls from Maxim's [electronic resource] / Georges Feydeau ; translated by Kenneth McLeish.
- Standardized Title:
- Dame de chez Maxim. English
- [London] : Bloomsbury, 
- Drama Online.
1 online resource.
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- Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
- The morning after a heavy drinking session and Dr. Petypon is struggling to remember what he did the night before. Waking on his sofa to a sore head and a chamber in disarray, clarity begins to dawn on him, only to reveal, to his horror, that a show-girl from the Folies-Bergère is sleeping in his bed. That girl, Shrimp, continues to be insinuated in the Petypons' life, and as the Doctor's wife must be avoided, and his uncle pacified, she proves herself to be a high-kicking, quick-thinking success. 'The Girl from Maxim's' premiered at the Théâtre des Nouveautés, Paris, in 1899.
- Previously issued in print: in Plays two. London: Methuen Drama, 2002.
Translated from the French.
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on October 30, 2013).
- McLeish, Kenneth, 1940-1997, translator.
Feydeau, Georges, 1862-1921.
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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