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[[Category:Artists and Acts|Fratellini, Les]][[Category:Clowns|Fratellini, Les]]
 
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Revision as of 07:44, 7 May 2024

Clowns

Suggested Reading

  • Pierre Mariel, Les Fratellini, histoire de trois clowns (Paris, Société Anonyme d'Editions, 1923)
  • Tristan Rémy, Les Clowns (Paris, Bernard Grasset, 1945 — Reissued by Grasset & Fasquelle, 2002) — ISBN 2-246-64022-9
  • Albert Fratellini, Nous, les Fratellini (Paris, Bernard Grasset, 1955)
  • Annie Fratellini, Destin de clownGeneric term for all clowns and augustes. '''Specific:''' In Europe, the elegant, whiteface character who plays the role of the straight man to the Auguste in a clown team. (Lyon, La manufacture, 1989) — ISBN 2-7377-0145-7
  • Michel Serrault et Pierre-Robert Lévy, Trois clowns légendaires, Les Fratellini (Arles, Actes Sud, 1997) — ISBN 2-7427-1363-8
  • Laurent Gachet et Pascal Jacob, La saga des Fratellini (Paris, Magellan & Cie., 2004) — ISBN 2-914330-35-9

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