Bat hat, wooden leg, coffin bed: Sarah Bernhardt's wild life offstage
French 19th-century stage legend Sarah Bernhardt, who died 100 years ago, was an institution in her country, who achieved superstardom playing tragic heroines in productions that toured the world.As the centenary of her...
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