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Free eBook Le jeu de l'amour et du hasard download ISBN: 2501025938
Publisher: Larousse (1934)
Language: French
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Dramas and Plays
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Le Jeu de l’amour et du hasard est une comédie en trois actes et en prose de Marivaux, représentée pour la première fois le 23 janvier 1730.

Le Jeu de l’amour et du hasard est une comédie en trois actes et en prose de Marivaux, représentée pour la première fois le 23 janvier 1730. C’est la pièce de Marivaux la plus célèbre et la plus représentée, tant en France qu’à l’étranger. Marivaux, dans cette comédie aux dialogues étincelants, questionne l’ordre établi et les préjugés sociaux en inversant les rapports maîtres-valets. Le double jeu de masques engendre complications et quiproquos, et ce sont finalement les femmes qui s’en sortent le mieux.

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Une édition de référence du Jeu de l'amour et du hasard de Marivaux, spécialement conçue pour la lecture sur les supports numériques. Je voulais sous cet habit pénétrer un peu ce que c'était que ta maîtresse, avant que de l'épouser, mon père en partant me permit ce que j'ai fait, et l'événement m'en parait un songe : je hais la maîtresse dont je devais être l'époux, et j'aime la suivante qui ne devait trouver en moi qu'un nouveau.

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Frdi
This book is terrible!! The publishers annotated with pen and then photocopied each page from a different book. The first few words from each line are missing so I cannot use this copy for my class.... super weird and bad!
Hamrl
Interesting storyline
Mogelv
I understand the title is in French, but It says the language is English. I downloaded this to find that it was in French!
Bajinn
It is often claimed that Beaumarchais' Figaro plays are a milestone in French drama, subversive works that question the hierarchical power of the aristocracy, while celebrating the resourcefulness of servants. But Beaumarchais did not come out of nowhere, and many of his themes were already developed half a century earlier in the comic drama of Marivaux.
In 'The Game of Love and Chance', for instance, the heroine Silvia, is offered an arranged marriage by her father, Orgon. She strikes a compromise: she suggests switching roles with her maid Lisette, so that she can obsreve the true character of her intended. Unfortunately for her, he has the same idea.
'Game' is ultimately a conservative play - the social hierarchy is reinstated; a daughter obeys her father's wishes, her pretensions as a 'playwright', creating and controlling her own destiny, undermined by his own ultimate authorship.
On the way to this restoration, however, extraordinary things happen. Aristocrats must act as servants, and are humiliated, mocked and parodied by their inferiors. This leads to crises of identity in the main characters from a world in which identity is synonymous with social position. The rigidity of parental decree (and, by extesion, the social order), is replaced by a 'game', where love is tested, rather than a social given. Language is shown not to be 'natural', but both a weopon used to negotiate society, and the bulwark behind which true feelings can hide.
Marivaux has been called the Racine of comedy - his characters are placed in an artificial setting where problems are interior rather than externally provoked. The emphasis, therefore, is on dialogue: elaborate, artifical speech, which has been called 'marivaudage', and dismissed as 'precious'. Translated, the tortuous, rhetorical wit can sound like laboured imitations of Elizabethan sonnet sequences (e.g. 'your eyes gave birth to my love, another glance made it grow, a third mothered it etc.').
Still, with a little imagination; and a prior love of a theatre that flouts its (commedia dell'arte-derived) conventions, rather than concealing them; as well as the delicacies of the 18th century of Watteau, should find much to enjoy in this still amusing, and often suspenseful, comedy.