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~FREE DOWNLOAD ☧ Le Misanthrope ♱ Le Misanthrope ou l Atrabilaire amoureux est une com die de m urs en cinq actes et en versC est une des meilleures pi ces de th tre de Moli re et une des plus grandes com dies se concentrant sur les absurdit s de pr tentions sociale et litt raire, dans le personage d un homme qui est prompt critiquer les fautes des autres, mais reste aveugle au siensCette pi ce satirise les hypocrisies de la soci t aristocratique fran aise, mais elle engage aussi un ton plus s rieux en indiquant les d fauts qui sont propres tous les humains La pi ce est diff rente d autres farces du temps par l emploi des personnages dynamiques comme Alceste et C lim ne, par opposition aux personnages traditionnellement p le utilis par la plupart des satiristes pour critiquer les probl mes de la soci t Elle diff re aussi de la plupart d autres uvres de Moli re en se concentrant davantage sur le d veloppement du caract re et de nuances que sur la progression de l intrigue La pi ce, pas un succ s commercial en son temps, est de nos jours consid r e comme la pi ce la plus connue de son uvre A name can be a funny thing For years I couldn t bring myself to read something about a person who hated society, people or culture Sure I had heard that Moli re was a great French writer, but what did I know about his masterpiece R en Recently I just happened to see a favourable review by a Portuguese friend and I decided to take a chance Out of the chaos of a masked and fake society comes a pursuit of truth, peace and harmony Ah this is leading somewhere.If a society was so tainted by A name can be a funny thing For years I couldn t bring myself to read something about a person who hated society, people or culture Sure I had heard that Moli re was a great French writer, but what did I know about his masterpiece R en Recently I just happened to see a favourable review by a Portuguese friend and I decided to take a chance Out of the chaos of a masked and fake society comes a pursuit of truth, peace and harmony Ah this is leading somewhere.If a society was so tainted by corruption, social climbing and a pursuit of happiness by any means, one could, well, become disallusioned Perhaps even a misanthrope Throw in a love for a frivolous woman, set oneself against one of her lovers and work oneself through the in s and out s of language, and you would be fit to be tied Toss in 12 syllable Alexandrian verse and you are in for a pleasant, humorous romp in the fashions of 17th century France.I was taught Shakespeare in high school I wish we had been given Moli re as well Such grand fun I am strongly moved to fly into some desert to avoid all approach of human creatures My thoughts exactly Moliere Never has a quote beenrelatable Moliere draws me in and actually makes me laugh out loud Why has it taken me so long to read this What entertainment Hilarious, dramatic entertainment I m sorry I m gushing a little too much, but I was not expecting this to be so funny and good After watching Alceste Bicyclette thank you again to a classmate of mine from French for the recommendation , I planned on reading The Misanthrope and Moli re s other works I m delighted that I did Every time I thought things were going to calm down with its dramatics, it kept escalating , andWhy has it taken me so long to read this What entertainment Hilarious, dramatic entertainment I m sorry I m gushing a little too much, but I was not expecting this to be so funny and good After watching Alceste Bicyclette thank you again to a classmate of mine from French for the recommendation , I planned on reading The Misanthrope and Moli re s other works I m delighted that I did Every time I thought things were going to calm down with its dramatics, it kept escalating , and , andEvery Scene, every Act, every word that came out of Alceste s mouth and a few other characters was amusing Perhaps I m not taking this in like others or reading this Play like how it s supposed to be read, but frankly, my dear, I don t give a damn I really want to see this play in action on Broadwayand done well.I definitely see myself reading this over and over again Act s III and V are my favourites Pre review Literally my expressions in order after finishing this.Short rambling to come when my cheeks stop hurting from laughing and smiling with amusement too much My God Why is this happening to me Another unfortunate read A disappointing play It s title The Misanthrope is impressing, but the content is not that good The main idea is a cliche love is blind, and the one who loves gets manipulated very often Nothing new I hoped that my first encounter with Moliere the Shakespeare of France would be better than this, but this is life shit just happens My God Why is this happening to me Another unfortunate read A disappointing play It s title The Misanthrope is impressing, but the content is not that good The main idea is a cliche love is blind, and the one who loves gets manipulated very often Nothing new I hoped that my first encounter with Moliere the Shakespeare of France would be better than this, but this is life shit just happens That was a pleasantly entertaining read Although I think I would have enjoyed itif I hadtime to really read and comprehend instead of plowing through each act in less than two days plus a billion other assignments Dear French professor,Thank you.Sincerely,Sincerely UngratefulSo I think the silliest part was the wacky love polygon, or as I mentioned in a status update, love mashed potatoes I used Microsoft Word to create a diagram that shows you all the people and the target s of th That was a pleasantly entertaining read Although I think I would have enjoyed itif I hadtime to really read and comprehend instead of plowing through each act in less than two days plus a billion other assignments Dear French professor,Thank you.Sincerely,Sincerely UngratefulSo I think the silliest part was the wacky love polygon, or as I mentioned in a status update, love mashed potatoes I used Microsoft Word to create a diagram that shows you all the people and the target s of their affection at all points in the story mushed together Also, as you can see, Word decided I spelled everything wrong I did not, I promise These are the correct spellings.Note I would only waste my time doing this for you guys I hope you appreciate my manual labor In short, I would recommend It s philosophical and fun, so why not Moli re, or Jean Baptiste Poquelin, satirizes french 17th century social hypocrisy The main character despises all forms of false, insincere remarks and thinks people s pride should be about honesty and not good behavior and proper welcome The comical situations that arises are a consequence of such an opinion He gets into trouble for being truthfully honest, which border on rudeness and earn him enemies Spoilers The funniest thing is that the woman who might be the worst of them all, who lo Moli re, or Jean Baptiste Poquelin, satirizes french 17th century social hypocrisy The main character despises all forms of false, insincere remarks and thinks people s pride should be about honesty and not good behavior and proper welcome The comical situations that arises are a consequence of such an opinion He gets into trouble for being truthfully honest, which border on rudeness and earn him enemies Spoilers The funniest thing is that the woman who might be the worst of them all, who loves gossip and talking behind people s backs, is the one he is smitten with, and of course he hates her behavior as much as he hates his own feelings.End of spoilers Moliere s writing is darkly humoristic and delightful About esteem There s precious little satisfaction in the most glorious of reputations if you find you have to share it with the whole universe Esteem must be founded on some sort of preference Bestow it on everybody and it ceases to have any meaning at all AlcesteAbout friendship Indeed it is a profanation of the word to use it on every occasion AlcesteAbout authors The only people who can be excused for unleashing a bad book on the world are the poor devils who have to write for a living AlcesteAbout flattery Flatterers are always to blame for the vices which prevail among mankind Alceste Theyou love someone, the less you should flatter them The proof of true love is to be unsparing in fault finding AlcesteAbout men justifying their own love choices He counts her defects as perfections or finds flattering names for them If she s pale, it s the pale beauty of the jasmine flower She may be swarthy enough to frighten the horses, but for him she s an adorable brunette If she s thin, she s slender and graceful if fat, she has a queenly dignity if she neglects her appearance, slight though her attractions may be, she is said to have a careless beauty if she s tall, she ll have the majesty of a goddess if she s short, she s an abridged version of all the virtues under heaven If she s proud, her nature is regal If she s sly, she s clever If she s stupid, she s all heart If she talks all the time, she s cheerful If she never talks at all, she s proper and modest And so it is that the true and passionate lover worships the very faults of the woman he loves lianteAbout love and suffering When we suffer at the hands of the person we love, we make many a plan that we never carry out lianteAbout the purpose of virtue If all men were righteous, all hearts true and frank and loyal, what purpose would most of our virtues serve Their usefulness lies in enabling us to stay calm and bear the injustices others inflict upon us when we are in the right PhilinteThe only shortcoming, which unfortunately is rather prominent, is the somewhat weak ending Anyway, the play was interesting and the dialogue was acute I started to wonder how the world would be like if everyone was like Alceste What kind of society it would produce At first I thought what a wonderful thing No lies and no misconseptions But then with a flicker of irony I came to the realization What a horrible experience People are not ready They have too much evil and hurtful thoughts for them to be let loose without consideration They would kill each other in pure anger and contempt But it s a beautiful thought, the thought of honesty Read Acted in in college Only in class, but still fun. lovers always brag about their dear Their passion never sees a thing to blame,And everything is lovely in their flame They find perfection in her every flaw,And speak of her with euphemistic awe.The tireless talker s charmingly vivacious,The mute girl modest, womanly, and gracious.Thus every man who loves beyond compareLoves even the defects of his lady fair If only I could read it in the French,This player s words would seem not such a wrench Prev lovers always brag about their dear Their passion never sees a thing to blame,And everything is lovely in their flame They find perfection in her every flaw,And speak of her with euphemistic awe.The tireless talker s charmingly vivacious,The mute girl modest, womanly, and gracious.Thus every man who loves beyond compareLoves even the defects of his lady fair If only I could read it in the French,This player s words would seem not such a wrench Previous review On Foot in the Grand CanyonRandom review Animalia a great alphabet bookNext review The Sleepwalkers A History of Man s Changing Vision of the UniversePrevious library review Le Cid CorneilleNext library review A Season in Hell The philosopher and the aristocratic woman25 March 2013 One of the things that I like about reading plays is that they tend to be short and are easy to get through in a short amount of time However the problem I have is that since they tend to be written so as to be performed on stage in the same way that poetry is generally written to be read aloud it makes it difficult to actually follow what is happening With regards to many of Shakespeare s plays this is not a problem because you can fin The philosopher and the aristocratic woman25 March 2013 One of the things that I like about reading plays is that they tend to be short and are easy to get through in a short amount of time However the problem I have is that since they tend to be written so as to be performed on stage in the same way that poetry is generally written to be read aloud it makes it difficult to actually follow what is happening With regards to many of Shakespeare s plays this is not a problem because you can find most of them on You Tube, however a quick search through Youtube has not provided me with any joy in regards to this particular play The Misanthrope was the only play of Moliere s that I had heard of until a friend of mine bought me a collection of his plays for Christmas The reason that I knew of it was because I would see the Dover Thrift edition sitting on bookshop shelves and I did want to get around to reading it some day particularly since it was short I guess I have done that now The Misanthrope is about a poet who is disgusted with the fake attitudes of the French nobility, however is in love with a woman who is the epitome of this attitude I guess I can relate to this because I have been infatuated with women like this myself, and there is that part of me that believes that I might be able to change her Mind you, this love is not unrequited simply because she also has feelings for Alceste the misanthrope of the title but is torn between her love for him, and for living the high life at court that is being a flirt As mentioned, I can relate to Alceste a lot, particularly since I can be very critical of the shallowness of the western lifestyle, but have also been in love with women that have epitomised this lifestyle Once again the love was not necessarily unrequited, however the difference was that these women, while appreciating being wined and dined, in the end only really wanted one thing a free meal , where as I preferred good conversation and a companion I guess I am just a bit conservative in that fashion It is interesting to see how things have not necessarily changed since the days of Moliere, though I would suggest thatpeople are able to live this lifestyle now than they were in those days In fact on my recent visit to China okay, it was only across the border to Shenzhen, and it was only for a day, but it did give me a bit of a taste I could see how many of the people there were dressed like Westerners and wondered around the streets of Shenzhen with their faces glued to their smartphones and I suspect that they were generally playing games Personally I cannot comment on the Chinese culture, particularly on the Mainland, but there does appear to be little different from our culture This is the key I suspect because what Alceste is criticising is the shallowness of the culture He is a poet, and obviously a thinker as well, so he like me likes to analyse things and to try to understand why things are the way they are, while the people around him care only for the pleasure and luxury of the high life However Alceste is still human, he is attracted to a beautiful woman, and she is nothing like the person who he is she is shallow and only interested in flirting and living the high life I guess that is why Alceste walks out on her and on his society at the end, simply because he knows that he is not going to change her, and that if he hates this society so much, he might as well leave