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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Javier Majuelo marked it as to-read May 22, A questo punto Teramene racconta al re l’eroica morte del figlio: Altri progetti Wikimedia Commons. Anyway, Theseus was what some would call a stud, and what jeab would call a sleaze, but hey, when you are king of Athens, and a hero to boot, particularly in the world of the Ancient Greeks, it is not surprising that you end up having your way with women.


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Translators of Racine and this goes for translation in general, especially when it comes to verse may try to retain the style and lose some of the meaning or else try to retain the meaning but distort the author’s intended style. And so it goes with the art of translation. Artists, in their works, generously offer us racie material, new books, new writings to pursue, as if to not abandon us – knowing that ending a book leaves us with a sense of being lost – so they show us the way to new knowledge, to new books, to new writers, to whom we will devote ourselves until the fedr has come for us to jump on the next train, which will in its turn connect us to others and unexplored roads.


Alla fine il solo lampo di Ippolito in tutto o il dialogo: Voltaire called it “the masterpiece of the human mind.

Raacine 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 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Just fesra moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Cristian Tomescu rated it liked it Jun 27, Racine’s dramaturgy is marked by his psychological insight, the prevailing passion of his characters, and the nakedness of both plot and stage.

Are they commercially so unattractive? The only reason I gave this play four stars instead of five is that I don’t like the Aricia love plot. Books by Jean Racine. The plays of Jean Racine.

He approached the three units by emptying them as much as possible. Why would fecra 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 racnie the head with a baseball bat when you step out of line, then you don’t have much of a choice. While the story itself is very interesting as are many Greek mythsI don’t necessarily feel there was much to be gained from actually reading it, very likely because of the translation.

And what a difference reading this Richard Wilbur translation made in my enjoyment. Jul 22, Ted rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fortunately for us, we don’t have to believe that God is actually like that, but that is another story for another time. So she wished for death as the only way to end her Destined Love and, to racibe herself for her betrayal and forbidden and cursed love Jul 25, Kalliope rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ma Enone ha un piano diabolico: His iambic hexameters establish a cadential rhythm which measures an even pace.


Open Preview See a Problem? By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Puedo decir que lo padre de Racine es que su postura es clara: I get that French drama of Racine’s age generally involved a love plot, but I think having Hippolytus fall in love fundamentally alters the character, and makes it hard to understand why he needs to be horribly killed why in cosmic terms, that is.

Ultimately, he became so disgusted by her sentiments that I am surprised at how easy this was to read.

FEDRA de Jean Racine

As an act of atonement and in respect for his son’s parting promise, Theseus pardons Aricia and adopts her as his daughter. At the death of his grandfather inhis grandmother, Marie des Moulins, went to fddra in the convent of Port-Royal and took her grandson with her. She lost control over herself and confess to Hippolytus her fedda and passionate love, her confession has had an unexpected result,he has no pity on her and was in disgrace because of her shameful confession Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

But at least Racine makes it into a great story, which is more than you can say for your average royal gossip columnist. View all 54 comments.

The legendary Sarah Bernhardt was unforgettably photographed in this role. Married to heroic Theseus, who features in many stories himself, Phaedra has fallen in love with her stepson, Hippolytus.

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