By John D. Mitchell

ISBN-10: 0585116849

ISBN-13: 9780585116846

ISBN-10: 0873590473

ISBN-13: 9780873590471

This translation of Racine's dramatic masterpiece by means of the yankee poet William Packard, fits line for line the Alexandrine and rhyming couplets of the unique French textual content. practice session notes of Paul mile Deiber, director on the long island Metropolitan Opera and the Comdie Francaise, are interwoven during the textual content.

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Wanted to show yourself and feel the full daylight. ) You say you hate the day, so you must go inside. ) My mother claimed she came from your fierce clarity; O now perhaps you burn with shame to see my pain: / / Sun, / I shall never gaze on your great face again! As Demi-goddess, Phèdre refers to her mother Pasiphäe, who was descended from Apollo the Sun God. The first premise is the music of the text. It is the text that is being presented to the public. In acting PHÈDRE, the actors are involved in presentational theatre, not representational or realistic theatre.

Phèdre Dieux! que ne suis-je assise à l'ombre des forêts! Quand pourrai-je, au travers d'une noble poussière, Suivre de l'il un char fuyant dans la carrière? none Quoi! madame? Phèdre 180 Insensée! où suis-je? et qu'ai-je dit? Où laissé-je égarer mes vux et mon esprit? Je l'ai perdu: les dieux m'en ont ravi l'usage. none, la rougeur me couvre le visage: Je te laisse trop voir roes honteuses douleurs; Et mes yeux, malgré moi, se remplissent de pleurs. html (1 of 2) [13-02-2009 16:13:32] page_33 < previous page page_33 next page > Page 33 Oenone: 175 You choose cruel suicide, is that your last desire?

What crime obsesses you, that no one understands? / Is there some guilty blood remaining on your hands? ) Thank god these hands are clean, they've nothing to repent. ) I only wish my heart were just as innocent. Line 217 is delivered coldly by Phèdre. Line 220, Oenone's fear returns and the line is delivered softly. Line 221 is given directly to Oenone, but Line 222 is spoken by Phèdre much to herself. html [13-02-2009 16:13:33] page_40 < previous page page_40 next page > Page 40 none Et quel affreux projet avez-vous enfanté Dont votre cur encor doive être épouvanté?

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