BOOKS ✫ The Misanthrope Author Molière – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Misanthrope The Misanthrope Or Le Misanthrope Ou L Atrabilaire Amoureux Is A Comedy Of Manners In Five Acts And In Verse.It Is One Of The Best Of Moli Re S Plays And One Of The Greatest Of All Comedies Spotlighting The Absurdities Of Social And Literary Pretension, Focusing On A Man Who Is Quick To Criticize The Faults Of Others, Yet Remains Blind To His Own.This Play Satirizes The Hypocrisies Of French Aristocratic Society, But It Also Engages A Serious Tone When Pointing Out The Flaws, Which All Humans Possess The Play Differs From Other Farces At The Time By Employing Dynamic Characters Like Alceste And C Lim Ne As Opposed To The Traditionally Flat Characters Used By Most Satirists To Criticize Problems In Society It Also Differs From Most Of Moli Re S Other Works By Focusing On Character Development And Nuances Than On Plot Progression The Play, Though Not A Commercial Success In Its Time, Survives As Moli Re S Best Known Work Today Much Of Its Universal Appeal Is Due To Common Undercurrents Of Misanthropy Across Cultural Borders.

BOOKS ✫ The Misanthrope  Author Molière – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • The Misanthrope
  • Molière
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 0486270653

10 thoughts on “The Misanthrope


  1. says:

    This play was written in the 17th century and it is so contemporary, because of that feeling of rejection towards society and almost everything that surrounds it And the subsequent isolation that the person feels, of course It happens all the time People who are sick of other people but then, they can t stand that deep loneliness they find They were never ready for it, and they end up believing they are indeed cursed or something and kind of give up, accepting that miserable existence ve This play was written in the 17th century and it is so contemporary, because of that feeling of rejection towards society and almost everything that surrounds it And the subsequent isolation that the person feels, of course It happens all the time People who are sick of other people but then, they can t stand that deep loneliness they find They were never ready for it, and they end up believing they are indeed cursed or something and kind of give up, accepting that miserable existence very Harry Haller They might accept it until they find that special someone that dislikes that side of the world, too That Wha...


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    lovers always brag about their dear Their passion never sees a thing to blame,And everything is lovely in their flame They find perfection in her every flaw,And speak of her with euphemistic awe.The tireless talker s charmingly vivacious,The mute girl modest, womanly, and gracious.Thus every man who loves beyond compareLoves even the defects of his lady fair If only I could read it in the French,This player s words would seem not such a wrench Prev lovers always brag about their dear Their passion never sees a thing to blame,And everything is lovely in their flame They find perfection in her every flaw,And speak of her with euphemistic awe.The tireless talker s charmingly vivacious,The mute girl modest, womanly, and gracious.Thus every man who loves beyond compareLoves even the defects of his lady fair If only I could read it in the French,This player s words would seem not such a wrench Previous review On Foot in the G...


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    Je n avais plus lu Moli re depuis le coll ge Quelle erreur Cette pi ce crite en 1666 nous place Paris dans l ambiance des salons parisiens, o la noblesse se retrouve pour se livrer ses activit s favorites la conversation, l amour et le d nigrement Le h ros, Alceste le fort, en grec , semble avoir t jet la veille dans ce milieu tant il y d tonne dot d une sensibilit fleur de peau, il ne peut souffrir d tre le t moin des caresses hypocrites que toute cette soci t polic e se pr Je n avais plus lu Moli re depuis le coll ge Quelle erreur Cette pi ce crite en 1666 nous place Paris dans l ambiance des salons parisiens, o la noblesse se retrouve pour se livrer ses activit s favorites la conversation, l amour et le d nigrement Le h ros, Alceste le fort, en grec , semble avoir t jet la veille dans ce milieu tant il y d tonne dot d une sensibilit fleur de peau, il ne peut souffrir d tre le t moin des caresses hypocrites que toute cette soci t polic e se prodigue sans tre enflamm par une prompte indignation le Tasse disait qu elle est la pierre sur laquelle s aiguise la vertu mais elle donne notre h ros du ridicule par ses col res intempestives Notre h ros, pour tre coh rent avec lui m me, se fait une loi de ne pas verser dans ce travers qui l insupporte, et lorsqu il est press de donner son avis sur les gens, il pr f re les blesser par sa sinc rit plut t que de mentir, ne laissant ainsi pa...


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    As Estrelas Nascem do CaosSe a humanidade, de repente e sem aviso pr vio, desatasse a dizer apenas a Verdade e nada mais que a Verdade, que efeitos sociais surtiria Ser esse o caminho para a paz generalizada Ou um rastilho para um conflito ca tico Nesta pe a sat rica, por interm dio das vozes de Alceste e Philinte, a Honestidade Radical confrontada com a Hipocrisia Social Alceste defende a Verdade Absoluta Incondicional Custe o que custar , doa a quem doer , a Verdade tem que ser prof As Estrelas Nascem do CaosSe a humanidade, de repente e sem aviso pr vio, desatasse a dizer apenas a Verdade e nada mais que a Verdade, que efeitos sociais surtiria Ser esse o caminho para a paz generalizada Ou um rastilho para um conflito ca tico Nesta pe a sat rica, por interm dio das vozes de Alceste e Philinte, a Honestidade Radical confrontada com a Hipocrisia Social Alceste defende a Verdade Absoluta Incondicional Custe o que custar , doa a quem doer , a Verdade tem que ser proferida.Philinte cauteloso e calculista H verdades melindrosas capazes de enfurecer os egos mais sens veis e ele evita as, procurando dar se bem com todos Sacrifica a Verdade em benef cio dum bem maior a Paz Mas trata se duma paz pericl...


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    Why has it taken me so long to read this What entertainment Hilarious, dramatic entertainment I m sorry I m gushing a little too much, but I was not expecting this to be so funny and good After watching Alceste Bicyclette thank you again to a classmate of mine from French for the recommendation , I planned on reading The Misanthrope and Moli re s other works I m delighted that I did Every time I thought things were going to calm down with its dramatics, it kept escalating , andWhy has it taken me so long to read this What entertainment Hilarious, dramatic entertainment I m sorry I m gushing a little too much, but I was not expecting this to be so funny and good After watching Alceste Bicyclette thank you again to a classmate of mine from French for the recommendation , I planned on reading The Misanthrope and Moli re s other works I m delighted that I did Every time I thought things were going to calm down with its dramatics, it kept escalating , and , andEvery Scene, every Act, every word that came out of Alceste s mouth and a few other characters was amusing Perhaps I m not taking this in like others or reading this Play like how it s supposed to be read, but frankly, my dear, I don t give a damn I really want to see this play in action on Broadwayand done well.I definitely see myself reading thi...


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    That was a pleasantly entertaining read Although I think I would have enjoyed itif I hadtime to really read and comprehend instead of plowing through each act in less than two days plus a billion other assignments Dear French professor,Thank you.Sincerely,Sincerely UngratefulSo I think the silliest part was the wacky love polygon, or as I mentioned in a status update, love mashed potatoes I used Microsoft Word to create a diagram that shows you all the people and the target s of th That was a pleasantly entertaining read Although I think I would have enjoyed itif I hadtime to really read and comprehend instead of plowing through each act in less than two days plus a billion other assignments Dear French professor,Thank you.Si...


  7. says:

    My God Why is this happening to me Another unfortunate read A disappointing play It s title The Misanthrope is impressing, but the content is not that good The main idea is a cliche love is blind, and the one who loves gets manipulated very often Nothing new I hoped that my first encounter with Moliere the Shakespeare of France would be better than this, but this is life shit just happens My God Why is...


  8. says:

    The philosopher and the aristocratic woman25 March 2013 One of the things that I like about reading plays is that they tend to be short and are easy to get through in a short amount of time However the problem I have is that since they tend to be written so as to be performed on stage in the same way that poetry is generally written to be read aloud it makes it difficult to actually follow what is happening With regards to many of Shakespeare s plays this is not a problem because you can fin The philosopher and the aristocratic woman25 March 2013 One of the things that I like about reading plays is that they tend to be short and are easy to get through in a short amount of time However the problem I have is that since they tend to be written so as to be performed on stage in the same way that poetry is generally written to be read aloud it makes it difficult to actually follow what is happening With regards to many of Shak...


  9. says:

    Moli re, or Jean Baptiste Poquelin, satirizes french 17th century social hypocrisy The main character despises all forms of false, insincere remarks and thinks people s pride should be about honesty and not good behavior and proper welcome The comical situations that arises are a consequence of such an opinion He gets into trouble for being truthfully honest, which border on rudeness and earn him enemies Spoilers The funniest thing is that the woman who might be the worst of them all, who lo Moli re, or Jean Baptiste Poquelin, satirizes french 17th century social hypocrisy The main character despises all forms of false, insincere remarks and thinks people s pride should be about honesty and not good behavior and proper welcome The comical situations that arises are a consequence of such an opinion He gets into trouble for being truthfully honest, which border on rudeness and earn him enemies Spoilers The funniest thing is that the woman who might be the worst of them all, who loves gossip and talking behind...


  10. says:

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