DUCIS


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DUCISDuke University Center for International Studies (Durham, NC)
DUCISDalarna University Centre for Irish Studies
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En el presente articulo se describen con todo detalle los cinco testimonios manuscritos, especialmente los tres que no se conocian hasta el momento, que contienen el De officio et munere ducis.
Review of Hamlet: A Tragedy Adapted from Shakespeare (1770) by Jean Francois Ducis.
In the opening stanza, Batiushkov describes the placement of the Penates in the corners of his hut at the housewarming, a gesture that signifies that the house is not simply a home, but, recalling Gresset and Ducis, a space of refuge and retreat specifically for a poet.
Tambien llego de Francia el Shakespeare escenico, pero no se represento en los teatros espanoles traducido de traducciones como las de Le Tourneur, hechas a partir del original ingles, sino en versiones de las refundiciones neoclasicas de Jean-Frangois Ducis, en las que concepcion, estilo, accion y personajes diferian notablemente de los originales shakespearianos (XXI).
Famam splendidiorem Emathii ducis Pori reddiderint regia funera.
In this fascinating article Heliodora talks about the first appearances of Shakespeare's plays in the country, in French adaptations, especially those by Jean-Francois Ducis (1733-1816).
convivatoris, uti ducis, ingenium res | adversae nudare solent, celare
Stage performance began with the late-eighteenth-century "imitations" of Jean-Francois Ducis (1733-1816), who bragged of knowing "point l'anglois" ("no English at all").
A | Diuersis bonisque auctoribus compo- | sitae, et a me Georgio Burckhardo | Serenissimi ac Illustrissimi Principis | et Domini domini Maximiliani Archi- | ducis Austriae etc.
in dactyliothecis Ducis Marlburiensis Conservantur, illustrated by Bartolozzi and Cipriani.
A 1793 version by Jean-Francois Ducis made Othello's skin yellow and leathery (Gilman 59 cites Ducis: "le teint jaune et cuivre .