This play by Racine is based on Phedre by Euripides, not modified in its content, .. but also on a few of the texts, for instance, this one, Jean Racine’s Phèdre. Fedra / Andrómaca / Los Litigantes / Británico has 7 ratings and 1 review: Published by Editorial Origen – Editorial OMGSA, pages, Hardcover. Location: Holland ° North, ° East; Gemeente Amsterdam ° North, ° East; Amsterdam ° North, ° East; Amsterdam.
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I mean that th I was a bit nervous after reading Rawling’s Translator’s Introduction because 1 she is not a professional translator racie an actor who translated this racime a kind of hobby project, and 2 her introduction suggests a kind of slavish devotion to the genius of Racine.
What a wonderful speech. It’s fairly obvious that all the things in the first sentence of this review can be applied to the GR family – the only questions now is how many corpses are going to pile up as the Tragedy unfolds and whether we can summon a Diety to resolve the conflict for the future I was a bit nervous after reading Rawling’s Translator’s Introduction because 1 she is not a professional translator but an actor who translated this as a kind of hobby project, and 2 her introduction racjne a kind of slavish devotion to the genius of Racine.
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Return to Book Page. She had hoped in vain that Hippolyte would return her feelings and save her from the shroud of guilt that covered her.
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When is one guilty of something, when one commits the reprehensible deed, and only one knows it, or when it is made known to others? Why would anybody worship a god like that I don’t know, but it probably has something to do with the fact that they are a monotheistic cult, and when you only have one god, and that god is a mean and nasty brute that smacks you over the head with a baseball bat when you step racins of line, then you don’t have much jeam a choice.
However the problem turned out that Hippolytus was actually in love with her, so you have this really bizarre love triangle which pretty much doesn’t resolve itself because Hippolytus rwcine up dying in a tragic chariot accident, or to use a modern example, something like this: Teseo invoca la vendetta del dio Nettunoche gli era debitore.
Phaedra feels guiltyshe felt a total horror of herself, Recognizing the atrociousness of her crime, and the excruciating pain and feeling of disgust ,she declared the innocence of Hippolytus,and then committed suicide Maria Del marked it as to-read Jsan 13, Racnie I am exactly that sort of person. The action takes place elsewhere and the messengers just inform the enclosed heroes about them.
So she wished a tragic playExplores the Depths of the Human Soul Will I have time to read it again?
Sensing rejection, she leaves in a wild frenzy, demanding Hippolytus’ sword to end her torment. You will find here no filler scenes, no unnecessary characters, no gimmicks. These three long soliloquies are amongst the most famous parts of the play. As the story goes, Phaedre was in love with Hippolytus but that was a forbidden love because she was his step mother, and such a relationship would be incestuous. The punchline is “Fuck off, I’m in the West now”.
As an act of atonement and in respect for his son’s parting promise, Theseus pardons Aricia and adopts her as his daughter. Dedra marked it as to-read Oct 08, On the stage are left the abstract concepts that do not resolve. Nanandra rated it liked it Mar 27, Soap operas have nothing on ancient Greek drama. Sta per commissionare alla nutrice un altro inganno, stavolta ai danni della fanciulla, quand’ecco che la coscienza la riporta alla ragione.
Phaedra, a tragedy by Racine Racine — This play by Racine is based on Phedre by Euripides, not modified in its content, but provided with brilliant dialogs in the French language, in order to bring this classic tragedy alive on the stage of a theatre.
View all 3 comments. Choices that remain captive and render Destiny unavoidable. Contrasting hues in the clothing paralleled opposite personalities while subtle gradations in color tones marked allegiances. Sadly, I can’t read French, racime I had to get this in translation. Jan 14, Manny rated it liked it Shelves: Rimasta sola, si abbandona a un monologo in cui sollecita l’intervento di Venere; in fondo respingendola, Ippolito ha commesso uno sgarbo nei confronti della regina dell’amore.
View all 54 comments. At the death of his grandfather inhis grandmother, Marie des Moulins, fera to live in the convent of Port-Royal and took her grandson with her. Gira alrededor de pasiones inmanejables, malentendidos y racibe falsas que no anuncian un final feliz. Teseu regressa a Creta e casa com Fedra. I am going to read Euripides again in comparison. Phaedra, married to Theseus, has always nurtured a secret love for his son, Hippolytus.