Read alsoHernani, a drama, in the original French
Classic drama first performed and published in 1830.The play itself is in French, but the introduction is in English. According to Wikipedia: "Hernani is a drama by the French romantic author Victor Hugo. The play opened in Paris on February 25, 1830. Today, the drama is more remembered for the demonstrations which accompanied the premiere, and…
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