Iphigénie

Iphig nie Dans le chaos provoqu par les ind cisions d Agamemnon Iphig nie symbole de puret se soumet aux volont s de son p re Ambition d Agamemnon d sir de gloire d Achille orgueil de Clytemmestre jalous

  • Title: Iphigénie
  • Author: Jean Racine
  • ISBN: 9782038714067
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Iphigénie

    Dans le chaos provoqu par les ind cisions d Agamemnon, Iphig nie, symbole de puret , se soumet aux volont s de son p re Ambition d Agamemnon, d sir de gloire d Achille, orgueil de Clytemmestre, jalousie d riphile la pi ce donne voir des passions d cha n es qui, toutes, font d Iphig nie leur victime L oracle divin ne semble alors rien d autre que le r v lateur des pDans le chaos provoqu par les ind cisions d Agamemnon, Iphig nie, symbole de puret , se soumet aux volont s de son p re Ambition d Agamemnon, d sir de gloire d Achille, orgueil de Clytemmestre, jalousie d riphile la pi ce donne voir des passions d cha n es qui, toutes, font d Iphig nie leur victime L oracle divin ne semble alors rien d autre que le r v lateur des passions des hommes Les spectateurs de Versailles ont pleur sur le sort d Iphig nie, mais c est aussi la plus inqui tante fureur humaine qui est ici mise en sc ne.

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    1. David Sarkies

      Rationalising the Greek legends7 August 2015 Anybody who is familiar with the Ancient Greek plays will know that this is a modern retelling of the story of Euripides Iphigeneia at Aulis. However it is told from a more rationalistic, secularist point of view rather than a direct translation from the original. For those who do not know, the story is set just prior to the Trojan War when Agamemnon is preparing to set sailed with a Greek armada to 'rescue' Helen from Paris, who had kidnapped her (or [...]

    2. Lemar

      This classical Greek play, originally by Euripides who based in on Homer's Odyssey, is a classic story involving the deepest of human passions. Agamemnon in torn between his thirst for glory and immortality on the one hand, and the survival of his beloved daughter on the other. Much like Solomon, he appears forced to make a choice. This choice, however, is more Greek because it involves vanity and not the pure love of God that Solomon was exhorted to show. Here Agamemnon has everything lined up; [...]

    3. Estelle

      Elle était quand même un peu cinglée cette Iphigénie, et sous ses airs de noble victime elle a bien foutu la merde.Achilles, mec, trouves toi une nana plus équilibrée.

    4. Mina Soare

      Racine sacrifices the vigour or Euripides's play for character development and often comes across as slightly humorous, which is perhaps unintentional in a tragedy. To be quite fair, couplet rhymes and short verses are more common in simple childish poetry (that might be more of a Romanian thing). I read Racine, but what I hear isHumpty Dumpty sat on a wallHumpty Dumpty had a great fall Jack be nimble, Jack be quickJack jump over the candlestick On the other hand, this is one of Racine's bette [...]

    5. Writerlibrarian

      This is a retelling of the tragic destiny of Iphigenia the start of the fall of the House of Atreus in Greek myth. From that one act, sacrifying Iphigenia to the gods so the winds would permit the fleet to travel to Troy, Agammenon pushes on the first domino of a series ending with the end of his dynasty (see Orestes and Electra) in mayhem and blood. Racine twists the story so that the sacrifice is still offered but the ending is different. Agamemnon is shown as a caring father but weak man, Uly [...]

    6. Dorottya

      Too bad it starts out really slow and dragged and the language is sometimes hard to "decode", because otherwise it is brilliant. I love the characters. I love how Agamemnon still has this pride issue even after him realizing his pride issue. I like how different the orders of value of each character is, also, without each of them represented as "the right one". Also, Iphigenia's reactions seem really authentic for her approximate age.My favorite character was Eriphile, btw. Even though she commi [...]

    7. Eteaqueen

      At drama A level I spent just over a year studying Greek theatre and its tropes. From the idea of the fatal flaw to the art of building tension and creating catharsis among the audience, I think its safe to say to have a pretty in-depth knowledge of this type of theatre. While I am very aware that Iphegina is not, in fact, a true Greek tragedy and is instead a French neoclassical adaptation of on, I still feel that this misses the mark. I read this in an evening catching up on my European theatr [...]

    8. Ahmed Allala

      Sublime tragédie dont l'histoire revient à la mythologie grecque. C'est l'histoire d'un roi qui doit sacrificier sa fille par un ordre divin. C'est la reaction aussi de sa femme et l'amant d'Iphigénie en apprenant ce mauvais sort.Clytemnestre est mon personnage favori pour la simple raison qu'elle symbolise l'opposition à la culture, à la religion, au peuple qui tous veut effectuer ce sacrifice ,y compris le père Agamemmon.A lire

    9. Caroline

      Suivant un oracle, les Dieux demandent le sacrifice d’Iphigénie, fille d’Agamemnon et Clytemnestre pour obtenir des vents favorables vers Troie. Le sacrifice d’Iphigénie fait écho au destin tragique des Atrides. S’inspirant de la tragédie d’Euripide, Racine n’en livre pas moins une interprétation autre du sacrifice d’Iphigénie. Racine présente un père qui, avant de s’incliner devant la nécessité de sacrifier sa fille, essayera de la sauver. L’introduction du personnag [...]

    10. Ali

      ایفی ژنی، یا "ایفی ژنیا"، یکی از دختران "آگاممنون"، پادشاه آتن است. اگرچه در اساطیر یونان چندان از او یاد نمی شود، اما اغلب تراژدی نویسان یک تراژدی به نام ایفی ژنی سروده اند. پیش از جنگ تروا، هنگامی که آگاممنون مورد قهر الهه "آرتمیس" قرار می گیرد، "کالخاس" پیش گو به او توصیه می کند [...]

    11. rebecca

      I preferred Phèdre to Iphigénie as the supposedly tragic ending is unsurprisingly anticlimactic – the effect is that of deus ex machina – and the development of the plot was fairly repetitive. I personally disliked the author's preference for Achille and his treatment of the jealous Ériphile. Nonetheless, the voice Racine lends his heroes and heroines remains pristinely beautiful and the tale is in itself interesting, especially from the perspective that Racine is audaciously rewriting Hi [...]

    12. Charlotte

      (view spoiler)[La fin de cette pièce me fait penser à celle de Mithridate. Racine aime les mariages heureux à la fin, c'est pour cela qu'à chaque fois, je n'aime qu'à moitié ses tragédies qui ne se terminent pas vraiment tragiquement justement, ici avec la mort d'un personnage auquel on ne s'attache pas vraiment. Finalement les personnages qui plaisent au public sont préservés d'un destin tragique. (hide spoiler)]

    13. Jamie

      I enjoyed this, a more complex plot than Racine's other mid-career tragedies, with a good build up and a number of twists and turns.

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