This is a form of physical theater practiced by the people of an island of Indonesia.
This is a province of France. It is mentioned in the early part of the first chapter," The Theater and the Plague".
This is a city of France where a plague decimated forty thousand inhabitants in 1720 and is also the birthplace of the author.
This is the name of the boat that brought the source virus of the Oriental plague that decimated the city of the author's birth.
This was an exhibition of the arts, crafts and industries of the French colonies.
This is the location of a fictional play mentioned by the author, which he refers to as the first spectacle of the "Theater of Cruelty".
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