Francisque Sarcey, né à Dourdan le 8 octobre 1827 et mort à Paris le 16 mai 1899, est un critique dramatique et journaliste français.

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  • Francisque Sarcey, né à Dourdan le 8 octobre 1827 et mort à Paris le 16 mai 1899, est un critique dramatique et journaliste français.
  • Francisque Sarcey (Dourdan, 8 ottobre 1827 – Parigi, 16 maggio 1899) è stato un critico teatrale e giornalista francese.
  • Francisque Sarcey (8 October 1827 – 16 May 1899) was a French journalist and dramatic critic.He was born in Dourdan, Essonne. After some years as schoolmaster, a job for which his temperament was ill-fitted, he entered journalism in 1858. He contributed to Le Figaro, L'Illustration, Le Gaulois, Le XIX' Siècle and other periodicals; but his main interest was dramatic criticism, of which he had his first experience in L'Opinion nationale in 1859. In 1867 he began to contribute to Le Temps the "feuilleton" with which his name was associated till his death. His position as dictator of dramatic criticism was unique. He had the secret of taking the public into his confidence, and his pronouncements upon new plays were accepted as final.He was a masterly judge of acting and of stage effect; his views as to the drama itself were narrow and indifferent to artistic progress. For example, in 1896, he reviewed the premiere of Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi—a precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd—and called it "a filthy fraud which deserves nothing but the silence of contempt." Such opinions made him a subject of ridicule among the rebellious young artists and writers of Montmartre. Between 1886 to 1893, the writer and humorist Alphonse Allais published a notorious series of newspaper columns under Sarcey's name with titles such as "How I Became an Idiot."Sarcey published several miscellaneous works, of which the most interesting are Le Siege de Paris, an account compiled from his diary (1871), Comédiens et comediennes (1878-1884), Souvenirs de jeunesse (1884) and Souvenirs d'âge mur (1892; Eng. trans., 1893). Quarante ans de theatre (1900) is a selection from his dramatic Feuilletons edited by A Brisson. He died in Paris.
  • Francisque Sarcey', nascido em Dourdan dia 8 de outubro 1827 e morto em Paris dia 16 de maio 1899, foi um crítico de teatro e jornalista francês.
  • Francisque Sarcey de Sutières (* 8. Oktober 1827 in Dourdan, Seine-et-Oise; † 16. Mai 1899 in Paris) war ein französischer Journalist, Schriftsteller und Theaterkritiker in Paris.Er besuchte das renommierte Lycée Charlemagne, wo er auch Edmond About kennenlernte, mit dem er zeit seines Lebens freundschaftlich verbunden blieb. Danach wurde er an der ebenso berühmten École normale supérieure aufgenommen und traf dort Hippolyte Taine, Alfred Assolant und Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol. Nach seinem Abschluss wurde er 1851 Lehrer in Chaumont, wofür er aber schlecht geeignet war.1857 vermittelte ihm sein Freund Edmond About den Kontakt zu Le Figaro, wo er fortan als Journalist tätig war. Er schrieb auch für L'Illustration, Le Gaulois, Le XIX' siècle und andere Zeitschriften; sein Hauptinteresse galt jedoch der Theaterkritik, womit er 1859 in L'opinion nationale begonnen hatte. 1867 begann er für das Feuilleton der einflussreichen Le Temps Theaterkritiken zu schreiben, was er 32 Jahre lang bis zu seinem Ende fortsetzte. Die letzte Kritik verfasste er acht Stunden vor seinem Tod. Er wurde aufgrund seines großen Rennommees L'oncle genannt und hatte eine derart starke Position, dass seine Meinung als letztgültig betrachtet wurde. Seine Position wurde auch als antiklerikal beschrieben. Dennoch stand er 1871 der Pariser Kommune kritisch gegenüber.
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  • Francisque Sarcey, né à Dourdan le 8 octobre 1827 et mort à Paris le 16 mai 1899, est un critique dramatique et journaliste français.
  • Francisque Sarcey (Dourdan, 8 ottobre 1827 – Parigi, 16 maggio 1899) è stato un critico teatrale e giornalista francese.
  • Francisque Sarcey', nascido em Dourdan dia 8 de outubro 1827 e morto em Paris dia 16 de maio 1899, foi um crítico de teatro e jornalista francês.
  • Francisque Sarcey de Sutières (* 8. Oktober 1827 in Dourdan, Seine-et-Oise; † 16. Mai 1899 in Paris) war ein französischer Journalist, Schriftsteller und Theaterkritiker in Paris.Er besuchte das renommierte Lycée Charlemagne, wo er auch Edmond About kennenlernte, mit dem er zeit seines Lebens freundschaftlich verbunden blieb. Danach wurde er an der ebenso berühmten École normale supérieure aufgenommen und traf dort Hippolyte Taine, Alfred Assolant und Lucien-Anatole Prévost-Paradol.
  • Francisque Sarcey (8 October 1827 – 16 May 1899) was a French journalist and dramatic critic.He was born in Dourdan, Essonne. After some years as schoolmaster, a job for which his temperament was ill-fitted, he entered journalism in 1858. He contributed to Le Figaro, L'Illustration, Le Gaulois, Le XIX' Siècle and other periodicals; but his main interest was dramatic criticism, of which he had his first experience in L'Opinion nationale in 1859.
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