El Misántropo / El Médico A Palos has 7 ratings and 2 reviews: Published by Agebe. Highlights info row image. Contact El Misántropo on Messenger. Highlights info row image. Visual Arts. People. 52 likes. Related Pages. El docente indecente. El MisÁntropo es una creaciÁn singular para la Ápoca. Los personajes principales de la obra pertenecen a la aristocracia, pero su comportamiento no sirve.
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Witty, skew-eyed, dirty, perverse, cynical, adorable.
El Misántropo, 1568. Museum: MUSEO E GALLERIE NAZIONALI DI CAPODIMONTE, NAPOLES, ITALIA.
Oct 12, Federico rated it liked it. Wilbur retains the beauty and humor of the original French, and this is the translation that made me fall in love with Moliere. David marked it as to-read Apr 27, This time around I only read The Misanthrope. He finished the performance but collapsed again soon after, and died a few hours later. Of these two plays “Tartuffe” is the more accessible to the casual reader, and it has a lot to say about the extremes of religious piety and religious hypocrisy.
Lady rated it it was amazing May 18, I In this volume, containing Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” and “Tartuffe” we get two of his greatest comedies. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. Mar 29, Marie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Read more Read less.
Amazon Business Service for business customers. First up is “The Misanthrope” which is a joy to read, if for no other reason than the witty and razor sharp wordplay of its leading characters. Share your thoughts with other customers. Although some have argued that this play is an attack on religion, and I readily admit that the most “religious” characters in the play are the biggest fools, I don’t feel Moliere is attacking the institution as much as he is attacking how it is practiced.
I will break this review into two parts, examining each play as a separate unit. The translation is miraculous: I read a critic who once referred to his character as “a man in the world, but not of the world. Only see this play in performance with a good cast and stellar director.
Oct fl, E. Wrong number of pages 8 16 Apr 19, Thirteen years as an itinerant dl helped to polish his comic abilities while he also began writing, combining Commedia dell’Arte elements with the more refined French comedy. Either way, he gives Bartleby a run for his money in my all time favorite barnacles.
Want to Read saving…. A touchstone of my understanding of humanity, every bit as much as anything that Shakespeare guy came up with. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I have not a clue as to what went on during these two-three hundred years.
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Tartufo / El Misántropo by Molière (5 star ratings)
Tartuffe was brilliantly clever. He will not listen to them. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
El Misántropo / El Médico A Palos
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Visit our Help Pages. Kristi Ugland rated it it was amazing Dec 31, The play is much more than that and the characters are real, but onstage it would be easy for weak performers to slip into caricature.
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As for “Tartuffe”, it is a misantrropo enjoyable play in performance than “The Misanthrope”. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Jennifer rated it it was amazing Dec 29, The play is full of sarcasm and wit, which I loved.
Refresh and try again. Special offers and product promotions Also check our best rated Biography reviews. And Alceste, the misanthrope of the title, is a particularly memorable figure. But reading it and working through my fears was really enjoyable. Plus a hilarious Euripidesque deus ex machina gone provincial. In The Misanthrope, Alceste has a tendency to speak his mind bluntly, without regard for consequences. Outstanding figures who have shaped the path of history are profiled in these volumes.
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