DUCIS


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DUCISDuke University Center for International Studies (Durham, NC)
DUCISDalarna University Centre for Irish Studies
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"Oratio habita per dominum Franciscum Patricium in matrimonio coniuncto inter inclitam filiam ducis Mediolani et filium regis Neapolis.
(9) See Romy Heylen, "Jean-Francois Ducis' Hamlet, Tragedie Imitee de l'Anglois: A neoclassical Tragedy?," in Translation, Poetics, and the Stage: Six French Hamlets (London: Routledge, 1993); and Helen Phelps Bailey, Hamlet in France: From Voltaire to Laforgue (Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1964).
(27) Stanislaw Solicki, "'Historia ducis Henrici'--odnalezione zrodlo legendy tatarskiej z baumgartenowskiej edycji 'Zywota sw.
506C; Geoffrey Malaterra, De rebus gestis Rogerii Calabriae et Siciliae comitis et Roberti Guiscardi Ducis fratris eius, ed.
La segunda parte--sermo-empieza con un recordatorio de que, asi como al buen comandante (boni ducis) corresponde preparar a los soldados a el encomendados para que sean siempre conscientes del peligro que puede venir en cualquier momento, asi tambien la mision de los ministros de la Iglesia consiste en formar a los fieles para que no caigan en las trampas del enemigo.
quod in exercitibus us quos imperatores magni ordinant fieri videmus, ut imperium ducis simul omnes copiae sentiant, sic dispositae ut sig-num ab uno datum peditem simul equitemque percurrat, hoc ali-quanto magis necessarium esse nobis alt.
Jean-Francois Ducis's adaptations of the Shakespeare's plays to fit them into neo-classical discourse present the best example of this tendency.
The dux ducis controlling backstage events was, and remains, the ageing Prem, who initiated the change of wardrobe to pink.
(10) French Neoclassical poets such as Jean-Francois Ducis and Jean Louis Baptiste Gresset (the latter an important influence on Pushkin) emphasized an idyllic image of the poet at home in their work.