Th R Se Raquin Di Mile Zola Riassunto
Vi sono dei libri fondamentali che dovreste assolutamente conoscere per evitare di fare brutte figure durante una conversazione sul lavoro, in societ oppure a scuola e non avete ancora avuto "il tempo di leggere"? Ecco il "Pronto Intervento" per tappare velocemente le vostre falle culturali, i Riassunti di Farfadette vi offrono per ogni libro, in poche chiare paginette, tutto quello che dovete sapere. Il Riassunto di Th r se Raquin di mile Zola. Lo studio naturalistico su una coppia di amanti assassini. Ai suoi tempi fece scandalo per la crudezza delle situazioni e delle descrizioni. farfadette lo pseudonimo dietro il quale si nasconde un autentico divulgatore, specialista nelle letterature di tutto il mondo.
Th r se Raquin
Thérèse Raquin est le troisième roman de l'écrivain français Émile Zola publié en 1867. Ce roman, qui présente déjà les caractéristiques du naturalisme développé plus tard dans le cycle des Rougon-Macquart, fera connaître l'écrivain au public parisien. L'auteur en tirera lui-même, en 1873, une pièce de théâtre intitulée Thérèse Raquin: drame en 4 actes.À vingt-sept ans, en 1867, Émile Zola ne s'est pas encore attaqué aux Rougon-Macquart, son oeuvre géante. Comment s'imposer « quand on a le malheur d'être né au confluent de Hugo et de Balzac »? Comment récrire La Comédie humaine après ce dernier? Les grands créateurs sont parfois gênants pour ceux qui viennent après eux. Mais ses tâtonnements sont brefs. Thérèse Raquin, son premier grand roman, obtient un vif succès. Thérèse a été élevée par sa tante dans le but d'épouser son fils, un homme au tempérament maladif. Bientôt, elle ne supporte plus cette vie cloîtrée, ni ce sinistre passage du Pont-Neuf où Mme Raquin installe sa mercerie. Toute sa sensualité refoulée s'éveille lorsqu'elle rencontre Laurent, un peintre raté dont elle devient la maîtresse. Les amants décident de noyer le mari. L'âpreté, la sexualité, le crime. Zola est déjà Zola dans ce mélange puissant de roman noir et de tragédie, dans cet implacable réalisme social et humain
Th�r�se Raquin is a clinically observed, sinister tale of adultery and murder among the lower classes in nineteenth-century Paris. Zola's dispassionate dissection of the motivations of his characters, mere `human beasts' who kill in order to satisfy their lust, is much more than an atmospheric Second Empire period-piece. Many readers were scandalized by an approach to character-drawing which seemed to undermine not only the moral values of a deeply conservative society, but also the whole code of psychological description on which the realist novel was based.Together with the important `Preface to the Second Edition' in which Zola defended himself against charges of immorality, Th�r�se Raquin stands as a key early manifesto of the French Naturalist movement, of which Zola was the founding father. Even today, this novel has lost none of its power to shock.
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Seeds of Modern Drama
(Applause Books). Five great forces Checkhov, Hauptmann, Ibsen, Strindberg and Zola dramatists whose work define, embrace and transcend the trends and genres of the modern stage, meet here in this extraordinary exhibition of their sustained and sustaining power in today's theatre. Includes Zola's Therese Raquin; Strindberg's Miss Julie; Ibsen's An Enemy of the People; Hauptmann's The Weavers; and Chekhov's The Seagull.
Th r se Raquin
This new translation is based on the second edition of 1868, and includes the important `Preface', in which Zola defended himself against charges of immorality.
L Assommoir A Play in Five Acts
Émile Zola (1840-1902) was one of France's greatest novelists of the nineteenth century, being most famous as a writer for Nana (the story of a courtesan), and in the political world for his role in exposing the frame-up of Captain Dreyfus. However, he had limited success as a dramatist until he partnered with William Busnach, an Algerian Jew. This adaptation of the Zola novel of the same name is a powerful exposé of life among the working poor, and the ravaging effects of alcholism on average, decent folk. If fact, what's most striking in this play is how human the workers are, certainly not the "animals" described by opponents of Zola's works. The destruction of a family is portrayed with clinical realism, but also with sympathy and understanding, as each of the characters gradually emerges as a sympathetic (or at least understandable) person in his or her own right. First-rate drama by a master writer!
The Return of the Repressed Uncovering Family Secrets in Zola s Fiction
This book analyses one of the many levels of complexity not readily apparent to the reader of Zola’s fiction: the question of the author’s family secrets. The novels addressed here present a variety of sub-textual issues highlighting Zola’s sexual insecurity and anxiety. Their analysis reveals a mystery related to female sexuality that pervades the narratives of Thérèse Raquin and La Fortune des Rougon, and that is silently transmitted in Madeleine Férat, La Faute de l’Abbé Mouret, La Bête humaine, La Curée, Nana, Le Docteur Pascal and Vérité. The novels are explored from the standpoint of psychoanalytical criticism, a tool particularly appropriate for examining Zola’s language and illuminating the recurrent theme of ‘the Return of the repressed’. Four psychoanalytical theories are adopted: Nicolas Abraham’s and Maria Toroks’ theories of psychic development (presenting the concept of the phantom) and Sigmund Freud’s and Jacques Lacan’s theories of infantile sexuality.
Zola's classic tale about Gervaise Macquart, featured in the first novel in the series, The Fortune of the Rougons, and her escape to Paris to work amongst the lower class in a laundry. The novel chronicles Gervaise's life, including marriage, opening her own business, and having children, and later the downward trajectory of her time in Paris. This being one of Zola's most famous novels, his shocking descriptions of conditions in working-class 19th-century Paris garnered him further fame and recognition. Saloon remains one of the most important works of French literature.