4 edition of Aspects of seventeenth-century French drama and thought found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||PQ245 .M3 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
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The long-standing debate about the function and meaning of the role of the raisonneur in Molière’s theatre is still as alive and as unresolved today as it ever was. Since F. Brunetière first used the word to identify and isolate a particular kind of recurrent character in the plays, the raisonneur has made a considerable contribution to the critical literature surrounding Author: Robert McBride.
This book examines the many and varied uses of apocalyptic and anti-Catholic language in seventeenth-century English drama. Adrian Streete argues that this rhetoric is not simply an expression of religious bigotry, nor is it only deployed at moments of political by: 1. After Voltaire's Letters Concerning the English Nation was published in the early s, the French government ordered the writer's arrest because the book praised the British government's toleration and flexibility as a way of condemning the French government.
Founded inNottingham French Studies publishes articles in English and French and themed special numbers covering all of the major fields of the discipline – literature, culture, postcolonial studies, gender studies, film and visual studies, translation, thought, history, politics, linguistics – and all historical periods from medieval to the 21st : James Panter.
The seventeenth century was a period of profound change in the history of music. In this volume Lorenzo Bianconi considers the radical developments of the century as long-lived musical traditions died out and others were created in response to new Aspects of seventeenth-century French drama and thought book functions.
This period saw, for example, the flowering of the polyphonic madrigal and its subsequent decline in favour of a new concertato. The German Drama of the Nineteenth Century By Georg Witkowski; L.
Horning H. Holt, Read Overview Dance and Drama in French Baroque Opera: A History By Frankenbach, Chantal Notes, Vol. 75, No. 1, September Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordAuthor: Hester Hastings.
The Age of Genius explores the eventful intertwining of outward event and inner intellectual life to tell, in all its richness and depth, the story of the 17th century in Europe. It was a time of creativity unparalleled in history before or since, from science to the arts, from philosophy to politics.
Acclaimed philosopher and historian A.C. Grayling points to three/5. He shows both which aspects of the comedia would most have appealed to Molière and how he transformed what he found there. This highly readable and thought-provoking book contains detailed analyses of some of Molière’s greatest comedies.» (Perry Gethner, Professor of French, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma)Cited by: 4.
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January 7, pages, 8 1/2 x 11 1/4 color + b/w illus. ISBN: Hardcover. Published by National Gallery Company/Distributed by Yale University Press. Full text of "Intellectual milieu of John Dryden: studies in some aspects of seventeenth-century thought" See other formats.
This book offers a fascinating account of the central myth of Western culture - the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. Philip Almond examines the way in which the gaps, hints and illusions within this biblical story were filled out in seventeenth-century English : Philip C.
Almond. Apocalypse and anti-Catholicism in seventeenth-century English drama, by Adrian Streete, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,xii + pp., £ (hardback), ISBN This book analyses the use of the crucial concept of 'taste' in the works of five major seventeenth-century French authors, Méré, Saint Evremond, La Rochefoucauld, La Bruyère and Boileau.
It combines close readings of important texts with a thoroughgoing political analysis of seventeenth-century French society in terms of class and : ROBERT MCBRIDE is Professor of French at the University of Ulster, author of The Sceptical Vision of Molière: A Study in Paradox (), Aspects of Seventeenth-Century French Drama and Thought (), The Triumph of Ballet in Molière’s Theatre (), Molière et son premier Tartuffe: genèse d’une pièce à scandale (), editor of La.
Seventeenth-century section, pp. – Brief summaries combined at times with short commentaries of recently published works in French studies in the seventeenth century. Works are organized by theme and author into five categories: General, Poetry, Drama, Prose, and Thought.
Begun in A less interesting overview of a selection of female poets is Jonathan F.S. Post, ‘From Wroth to Philips: Women Poets of the Earlier Seventeenth Century’, in his collection of essays on English Lyric Poetry: The Early Seventeenth Century. What might be termed other voices of dissent, that is, the voices of Catholic women in the seventeenth Author: Suzanne Trill, James Doelman.
An American edition was published in by Messrs. Harper and Row, under the present title, The Crisis of the Seventeenth Century.
The book enjoyed a modest success. A second edition, published in London inwas reprinted in and and it has been translated, in whole or in part, into German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese. French writers of the 17th century are the first since classical times to grant absolute priority to the power of reason and the observance of aesthetic rules.
A key figure in this development is René Descartes, a brilliant mathematician who aspires to apply the rigour and clarity of. was a French tragedian who was one of the three great seventeenth-century French dramatists, along with Molière and Racine.
He has been called "the founder of French tragedy" and produced plays for nearly forty years. - Le Cid (), Horace (), Cinna (), and Polyeucte (). We talk to our International Sales department and we have a lot of French contacts. It was actually French and Literature I did at uni – that was where I picked up the publishing bug.
I really wanted to be in this world. And although what DK does is very different from seventeenth-century French drama, it still satisfies that desire. My research mostly focuses on early modern French literature and thought, especially from the early sixteenth to the mid-seventeenth century.
Its current focus is on the relation of literature and learning to social hierarchy. I am Lead Fellow for Languages at the British Academy. This involves work on language policy within education and society. Review: D. McKitterick in TLS (Jan 4 ), A collection of 46 essays that treat the book in an international perspective.
One section explores the publication of different types of literature, while another asks more formal, organizational questions. The editors identify three main publishing models: British, German and French.
Seventeenth-Century Fiction: Text & Transmission responds to the present interest in the novel by offering a fresh approach to the history of early modern fiction that shifts away from the outmoded 'rise-of-the-novel' perspective and reaches beyond the boundaries of a single national : OUP Oxford.
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for Seventeenth-Century Studies, Univ. of Durham. Two of the five articles in the first issue relate to French (v. inf., pp. and ). In No.
2, J. Lough, 'Two more British travellers in the France of Louis XIV (), adds Joseph Addison and the Rev. James Hume to those studied in his book (see YWMLS, ). Kanceff, 'Le. In French literature, the Department holds representative sixteenth- and seventeenth-century poetical texts and eighteenth-century novels.
More than 1, imprints, with many variant editions, record French drama of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Richard Parish has worked on French seventeenth-century theatre (Racine: the limits of tragedy, ; editions of Bérénice, Phèdre, Le Tartuffe), comic fiction, and in particular on the writing of, or associated with, the Catholic addition to a book on the Lettres Provinciales (Pascal’s Lettres Provinciales: a study in polemic, ) and editions of La Bruyère.
The Fundamental Opposition of French Thought to Opera. The Musical Baroque in Germany New Aspects of Opera Seria and Tragedie Lyrique Passion performed period play poetry poets polyphonic popular Protestant Reformation religious Renaissance rococo Roman secular seventeenth century singers singing Singspiel sixteenth century solo 5/5(1).
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Authors during the early modern period gained new prominence in print but frequently had limited practical control over the creation of their books. Using John Milton’s poetry to discuss seventeenth-century authorship more generally, this essay surveys three decades of scholarship on Renaissance authorship and examines manuscript conventions, book-trade practices, and reading habits, all of Cited by: 1.
The Drama in the 19th Century; THE dawn of the nineteenth century was illumined by the last flickers of the red torch of the French Revolution; and its earlier years were filled with the reverberating cannonade of the Napoleonic sonquests. No small part of the willful formlessness of the French drama in the final quarter of the century.
Orientalism in French Classical Drama (review) Orientalism in French Classical Drama (review) Verona, Roxana M. THE COMPAKATIST cal projections, paradoxical myths of comfort. Rather the tragic is in the apprehension of the banality of successive appearances, which are always decaying, what Porter would read as an anticipation of the later theme of the eternal.
The majority of the issue’s contents treat later works or works produced in continental Europe beyond the scope of this section, but Clotilde Thouret’s ‘Between Jest and Earnest: Ironical Defenses of Theatre in Seventeenth-Century England and France’ (RECTR i 35–54) analyses seventeenth-century English and French defences of Cited by: 1.
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