And I used them twenty-five years later in the fourth act of Le Cid.
I was in the very country of Le Cid at the time, living in a modest inn.
They were then going on with the rehearsals of Le Cid at the Opra which they intended to revive.
And Le Cid went on its way both in the provinces and abroad.
Then he watched them out of sight, with his arm through Le Cid's bridle-rein, and his trim English saddle sprawling at his feet.
I told the famous dramatist and I obtained his consent to interpolate this scene in the second act of Le Cid.
It was in 1885, the master relates himself, when he had just terminated "Le Cid," that Mons.
It must not be confounded with the ancient theatre of the same name where in 1636 Corneille produced his famous tragedy Le Cid.
Or perhaps he might turn to the production of Corneille's most famous tragedy, Le Cid, in 1633.
"Le Cid" has apparently proved to the taste of the habitus of the Opra, and has been successfully performed on the Continent.
1680s, from Spanish cid "chief, commander," from Arabic sayyid "lord." A title given in Spanish literature to Castilian nobleman and warlord Ruy Diaz, Count of Bivar (c.1040-1099).