Caligula

Caligula Ange en qu te d absolu Monstre sanguinaire Avant la guerre Albert Camus con oit Caligula ainsi que Sisyphe ou Meursault L tranger comme un h ros de l Absurde En la pi ce est re ue comme une

Ange en qu te d absolu Monstre sanguinaire Avant la guerre, Albert Camus con oit Caligula, ainsi que Sisyphe ou Meursault L tranger , comme un h ros de l Absurde En 1945, la pi ce est re ue comme une fable sur les horreurs du nazisme Ses versions et ses mises en sc ne successives, l volution de la sensibilit du public ont contribu faire de Caligula une des figAnge en qu te d absolu Monstre sanguinaire Avant la guerre, Albert Camus con oit Caligula, ainsi que Sisyphe ou Meursault L tranger , comme un h ros de l Absurde En 1945, la pi ce est re ue comme une fable sur les horreurs du nazisme Ses versions et ses mises en sc ne successives, l volution de la sensibilit du public ont contribu faire de Caligula une des figures les plus troublantes de notre th tre l image du tyran se superposent, dans notre m moire, les visages de G rard Philipe, qui cr a le r le, et celui d Albert Camus, qui m la toujours au besoin de tendresse et l exigence de puret une trange fixation au meurtre et cette violence int rieure Jean Grenier qui anime son empereur romain.

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Caligula

  1. Albert Camus 1913 1960 was a representative of non metropolitan French literature His origin in Algeria and his experiences there in the thirties were dominating influences in his thought and work Of semi proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with a deep interest in philosophy only chance prevented him from pursuing a university career in that field , he came to France at the age of twenty five The man and the times met Camus joined the resistance movement during the occupation and after the liberation was a columnist for the newspaper Combat But his journalistic activities had been chiefly a response to the demands of the time in 1947 Camus retired from political journalism and, besides writing his fiction and essays, was very active in the theatre as producer and playwright e.g Caligula, 1944 He also adapted plays by Calderon, Lope de Vega, Dino Buzzati, and Faulkner s Requiem for a Nun His love for the theatre may be traced back to his membership in L Equipe, an Algerian theatre group, whose collective creation R volte dans les Asturies 1934 was banned for political reasons.The essay Le Mythe de Sisyphe The Myth of Sisyphus , 1942, expounds Camus s notion of the absurd and of its acceptance with the total absence of hope, which has nothing to do with despair, a continual refusal, which must not be confused with renouncement and a conscious dissatisfaction Meursault, central character of L tranger The Stranger , 1942, illustrates much of this essay man as the nauseated victim of the absurd orthodoxy of habit, later when the young killer faces execution tempted by despair, hope, and salvation Dr Rieux of La Peste The Plague , 1947, who tirelessly attends the plague stricken citizens of Oran, enacts the revolt against a world of the absurd and of injustice, and confirms Camus s words We refuse to despair of mankind Without having the unreasonable ambition to save men, we still want to serve them Other well known works of Camus are La Chute The Fall , 1956, and L Exil et le royaume Exile and the Kingdom , 1957 His austere search for moral order found its aesthetic correlative in the classicism of his art He was a stylist of great purity and intense concentration and rationality.

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  1. A man can t live without some reason for living It is often the case when I find no particular connection with the novels of highly acclaimed writers but their plays resonate with me and become a point of reference in my collection Such bright examples are Tolstoy, Gorky, Sartre and Camus Each one of them has produced some of the most fascinating, world changing literary works, yet it is their plays that placed them in my heart When I first read The Stranger , there was very little that surprise [...]


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  3. This play by Camus on the concept of absurd is based upon the Lives of the Twelve Caesars by the Latin historian, Suetonius According to the work, Caius Caesar Caligula, third of the twelve Caesars, who came to power in 37AD at the age of twenty five, ruled for four years until he was assassinated in 41AD by his Patricians The reason of his assassination was his cruelty against everyone, which led him to murder people on whims There are different accounts on his changed state of mind after the d [...]


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  5. the play shows Caligula the Roman Emperor, torn by the death of Drusilla, his sister and lover.Caligula responds to her death by beginning a reign of terror against the Roman citizens, but this will not be the only reason and wouldn t be a deep interpretation of Caligula s brutality , bloodthirstiness and sadism cant be only attributed to an accident it shows that his feelings of insecurity and tendency to violence were already present only his pain and misery for loosing her give him an excuse [...]





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  7. Oh.Il pi bel testo teatrale che io abbia mai letto Sul serio, sar io ancora una matricola per quanto riguarda il campo del teatro, ma questo qua il migliore fino ad ora Potentissimo Quattro atti e gi dopo il primo ti chiedi se riuscirai a rimanere tutta intero fino alla fine Infatti mi chiedo come mi ridurrei a vederlo rappresentato Probabilmente dopo la fine dello spettacolo mi dovrebbero portare fuori in barella Camus ha tratteggiato la sua interpretazione della figura di Caligola in modo magi [...]














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