Texts and Translations book series
The Phoenix series is dedicated to eighteenth-century French drama. With a particular attention to performance history and the audience’s experience, these editions make accessible to students and scholars alike a range of plays that testify to the diversity and vibrancy of that period’s theatre.
Parent series. This series is part of the wider Critical Texts project, but titles have numbers within Phoenix rather than within CT.
Proposals. This series is now closed, but proposals for further editions of 18th-century drama may still be submitted to our Critical Texts series.
Review copies. Journals wishing to review books in this series should please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request copies.
History. Phoenix arose from a joint project between the Université de Paris-Sorbonne and Durham University, and published between 2011 and 2015.
|8||Michel-Jean Sedaine: Maillard, ou Paris sauvé et Raimond V, comte de Toulouse|
Edited by John Dunkley
Phoenix 8•1 July 2015
|7||Christophe Colomb par Népomucène Louis Lemercier|
Edited by Vincenzo De Santis
Phoenix 7•1 January 2015
|6||Le Siège de Calais by Pierre-Laurent De Belloy|
Edited by Logan J. Connors
Phoenix 6•1 August 2014
|5||Baron, Le Rendez-vous des Tuileries, ou Le Coquet trompé|
Edited by Jeanne-Marie Hostiou
Phoenix 5•1 September 2013
|4||Laya, L'Ami des lois|
Edited by Mark Darlow and Yann Robert
Phoenix 4•1 September 2011
|3||Delisle de Sales, Théâtre d'amour and Baculard d’Arnaud, L’Art de foutre, ou Paris foutant|
Edited by Thomas Wynn
Phoenix 3•1 June 2011
|2||Alexis Piron, L’Antre de Trophonius et La Robe de dissention, ou le faux-prodige|
Edited by Derek Connon
Phoenix 2•1 June 2011
|1||Monvel, Les Victimes cloîtrées|
Edited by Sophie Marchand
Phoenix 1•1 February 2011