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  • 185 pages
  • L'École des femmes
  • Molière
  • French
  • 11 October 2015
  • 9780785931317

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    L'école des femmes The School For Wives MoliereThe School for Wives is a theatrical comedy written by the seventeenth century French playwright Molière and considered by some critics to be one of his finest achievements It was first staged at the Palais Royal theatre on 26 December 1662 for the brother of the King The play depicts a character who is so intimidated by femininity that he resolves to marry his young naïve ward and proceeds to make clumsy advances to this purpose Arnolphe the main protagonist is a man of 42 years who has groomed the young Agnès since the age of 4 Arnolphe supports Agnès living in a nunnery until the age of 17 when he moves her to one of his abodes which he keeps under the name of Monsieur de la Souche Arnolphe's intention is to bring up Agnès in such a manner that she will be too ignorant to be unfaithful to him and he becomes obsessed with avoiding this fate To this end he forbids the nuns who are instructing her from teaching her anything that might lead her astray Right from the very first scene Chrysalde warns Arnolphe of his downfall but Arnolphe takes no heed تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و ششم ماه می سال 2014میلادی‏عنوان مدرسه همسران، نویسنده مولیر مولییر؛ ترجمه و تنظیم‌گر برای صحنه معین محب‌ علیان، ‏مشخصات نشر مشهد، زلال اندیشه، چاپ نخست سال 1391، مشخصات ظاهری در 82ص‬؛ شابک 9789648990645، ‏يادداشت کتاب حاضر از متن انگلیسی با عنوان بالا ترجمه شده است؛ ‏موضوع نمایشنامه های نویسنگان فرانسوی سده 17م‏مدرسه همسران مکتب زنان؛ نمایش‌نامه‌ ای اثر «مولییر» است، که در سال 1662میلادی، در پنج پرده، به صورت شعرگونه نگاشته شده‌ است؛ در این نمایش‌نامه «مولیر»، به گونه‌ ای اشتباهات صورت‌ گرفته، توسط افراد هم‌دوره‌ ی خویش را، به چالش می‌کشد؛شخصیت اصلی داستان «آرنولف»، پیر و مجرد، نسبت به زنان دچار سوء ظن است؛ او یک دختر «ان‌یس اگنس» را، از بچگی تحت نظر خود بزرگ کرده، و حالا قصد ازدواج با او را دارد؛ «مدرسه همسران» که در قالب کمدی تراژدی می‌گنجد، در بدنه‌ اش از ساختاری قوی برخوردار است؛ درون‌مایه اصلی نمایش‌نامه، نه تنها در کمدی محض، بلکه ترکیبی از کمدی‌های موقعیت، در نمونه‌ های خارجی از جمله «فکاهی»، «طنز» و دارای درونمایه ی روان‌شناختی است؛ «آرنولف»، شخصیت اصلی درام گمان می‌کند همه‌ چیز تحت کنترل اوست، و کوشش می‌کند، بدون هیچ دغدغه‌ ای کارهایش را با اتکا به روحیه ی ارباب سالاری، پیش ببرد، در حالی‌که با بروز رخدادهایی در نمایش‌نامه، قضیه به‌ عکس آن بدل می‌شود؛شخصیتهای نمایشنامه «آرنولف، با نام مستعار موسیو دو لا سوش»؛ «ان‌یس، دختر جوان بیگناه، پرورش یافته به دست آرنولف»؛ «اوراس، پسر اورونت، عاشق ان‌یس»؛ «آلن، مرد روستایی و پیشخدمت مخصوص آرنوف»؛ «ژرژت، زن روستایی و پیشخدمت آرنوف»؛ «کریزلد، دوست آرنولف»؛ «انریکه، برادرزن کریزلد و پدر ان‌یس»؛ «اورونت، پدر اوراس و دوست قدیمی آرنولف»؛ و «سر دفتر اسناد رسمی»؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 09061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی


  2. Kalliope Kalliope says:

    What is Comedy? What makes us laugh in theatre? A great deal has been written about this and this review could not do the concept justice But reading and watching recently a performance of Molière’s L’École des Femmes raised the matter in front of my eyesIn this play which as most of Molière’s plays belongs to the subgenre of a comedy of manners there are many of the elements that one would expect in funny plays There are stock characters –following the tradition of the Commedia dell’Arte; there is a great deal of “double entendre” often through parallel dialogues on the stage and which Marcel Proust could not fail to notice; there is a critiue to popularly unpopular professions such as notaries and other representatives of the law; the plot revolves around the universally farcical figure of the cuckold or “cocu”; there are surprising and magic solutions to tangled up problems that will draw out a smile; there is a bit of slapstick and “coups de bâton” in a purely guignol tradition All these elements are in the text and the staging can supplement them with mimicry ridiculous clothing and doll like movements As was the tradition in seventeenth century French drama the play is written in Alexandrines and follows the three Aristotelian units of plot time and place athough in this play the time unit is as flexible as Dali’s clock It also follows the French concepts of “vraisemblance” and bienséance which would have banned Shakespeare as even the he guignolian coups have to happen off the stageThis is and was from its first performance in 1662 onwards one of the most successful plays by Molière Jean Baptiste Pouelin 1622 1673 At its première it already pleased the King Louis XIV gaining his support which later became crucial L’Ecole des Femmes followed L’Ecole des Maris by one year and it continued the very popular themes of cheated husbands and of the education of women It was also successful because it was controversial highly controversial in fact And this was easily the best thing for its ticket office Apart from some “sous entendres” or “euivoues” which at the time seemed to border obscenity too closely and therefore violating the “bienséance” rule the play also raised debates on the role and education of women at a time when women were very actively engaging in their literary and intellectual Salons les Précieuses ridicules A “uerelle” ensued for which the best ghostly protection came from the royal benefactor Molière replied to the criticisms with another play La Critiue de l’Ecole des Femmes in which a woman and a muse discuss the previous play Within a few months from the first staging the two plays were subseuently performed togetherThe performanceI had read this play years ago but I reread it recently because I was going to attend two weeks ago to a performance at the Comédie Française The theatre founded by Louis XIV the ghostly patron of significant presence in 1680The mise en scène on the 3rd of July at the Comédie Française was by Jacues Lassalle and the two main actors were the formidable Thierry Hancisse Arnolphe and the angelical Adeline d’Hermy AgnèsI extract no joy in summarizing the story of a novel or play in my reviews although I am interested in plot dynamics In this text the main character Arnolphe begins with great confidence on himself and on his aims but gradually loses control of the situation he himself has created and falls prey in his own net This turn around constitutes part of the comic or the tragic? and follows the tradition of the “Burlador burlado” a stock figure which originated in the “Don Juan” from early seventeenth century Spanish drama Tirso de Molina’s “El Burlador de Sevilla” A superficial reading therefore could take us along a well trodden path of plot and charcter developmentWith Lasalle’s interpretation accompanied by a flawless rendition of the two actors however the easy understanding of the play was turned upside down for me The Arnolphe I saw turned through the long monologues into the tragic figure of a man who desperately loses his love precisely during the process in which this love captivates him and His obsession in controlling a woman to the point that he is willing to marry someone ugly and stupid becomes his undoing precisely because the chosen lady is neither dumb nor hideous The actor looked exhausted after wrenching out so much anguish out of his textBut if the above distressing Arnolphe could be extracted from Molière’s text and he himself was its first actor we see in Lasalle’s Agnès not just the one that Molière concocted who rebelled against the string of the puritanical moral laws and who was willing to take risks in order to reject her unsuitable suitor but one who will also show disdain at her silly and weak beau when he proved not to have her courageA memorable playA memorable performance


  3. Fionnuala Fionnuala says:

    We love Molière for his flair and wit And laugh out loud while the rest just sit I saw L’Ecole des Femmes performed at the Comédie Française in Paris two weeks ago in the company of a little group of women friends It was a hugely enjoyable experience for many reasons but mainly because we found the play so funny laughing freuently than the other patrons of the theatre who seemed to be a very sober lot indeed It helped that we’d all looked over the play recently I had read half of it hoping to keep a little of the suspense intact and so we were able to follow the dialogue easily and knew where the funny bits were But I think we laughed as much at the wonderfully dramatic performances of the actors as at the lines themselves All the performers were engaging but the actor who played the main character Arnolphe and who is on stage practically the entire time was superb Objectively viewed the character of Arnolphe lurches between ridiculously comic and morally reprehensible but the actor who played him managed to engage our sympathy for his predicament in spite of our better judgement I finished reading the play today and was surprised to see that the ending of the original was slightly different to the staged version I had applauded Molière’s foresight and wisdom in granting the main female character Agnès a say in her own destiny in the final scene of the play However I was a little previous with my applause It would seem that the director Jacues Lassalle created a slightly nuanced ending while the original ending is in keeping with the times Agnès’s destiny is decided entirely by the men in her family Molière did give Agnès some great lines though words which shine with perfect simplicity and truth but which are subtly clever as well Horace J’en suis assez pressé par ma flame auseAgnes uand je ne vous vois point je ne suis point joyeuseHorace Hors de votre présence on me voit triste aussiAgnes Hélas s’il était vrai vous resteriez iciAgnès learns some harsh lessons at the Ecole des Femmes but she manages to turn them to her advantage often than not For a character created in 1662 she sometimes sounds surprisingly modern Bravo Molière


  4. ·Karen· ·Karen· says:

    After reading this it comes as a surprise that people in 17th century France did not conduct all their business in alexandrine rhyming couplets it all seems to come so natural likeMolière je t'adoreAll rights reserved this is one of my own photos from a recent trek round Paris Truly a trek on foot In silly shoes I am still paying the price


  5. Hala Alzaghal Hala Alzaghal says:

    Four years in studying French and the French culture yet I still cannot understand how they possibly can make such meaningless and boring books and plays And even movies Moliere I feel had something he wanted to say but did not know how to say it Or had nothing at all on his mind so he made his thoughts up as he wrote It is such a shame that writers in his time were worried about the sound the cohesion and the public acceptance of their works than the reason for writing something His work is like a mute song; you can hear the melody but it cannot say anything for the life of it


  6. Ana Ana says:

    This rhyming play with wicked humor explores the double dealings and double standards of Arnolphe an insecure man who contrives to show the world how to rig an infallible alliance by marrying his young ward Agnès Arnolphe is obsessed with the fear of being made a cuckold so he has raised Agnès for 13 years in hopes to mold her to his liking Enter young Horace and what could go wrong? winkwink


  7. gloriabluestocking gloriabluestocking says:

    I didn't expect this to be so funnyI listened to a wonderfully done dramatic reading heard on librivoxorg


  8. classic reverie classic reverie says:

    I had never read Moliere before though he has been on my list for a long while but after reading Balzac's A Daughter of Eve with the passage below I had to read Moliere's The School of WivesYet the vast majority of men who are not so old as Arnolphe prefer a religious Agnes to a budding CelimeneAfter reading this play I know about Arnolphe and his religious Agnes trying to keep this innocent girl for a wife at all cost In Balzac's A Daughter of Eve Angeliue comes not from a convent but a home just the like Her older husband finds a similar circumstance in a younger man trying for his wife but though kind of familiar uite different in the whole to this play but I understand what Balzac was sayingMoliere's play is a fun play that I can see all the humor which an audience would enjoy Though the females are viewed uite different in that epoch in times I take that all for the times and just enjoy these insults to women in that perspective I have read I am thinking about both Henry James' Watch and Ward and Edith Wharton's Summer which have older men grooming younger girls so they can marry them always a young man in the shadows I was looking up Moliere and found he was a bit like Arnolphe see below from Wikipedia Molière directed her education and she grew up under his eye Armande married Molière in 1662 when he was 40 and she 17 Together they had three children Louis 19 January – 11 November 1664 Marie Madeleine Esprit 3 August 1665 – 23 May 1723 and Pierre Jean Baptiste Armand 15 September – 11 October 1672The play in short Arnolphe wants not to be the dupe of a wife so he finds a young girl to be brought up in a convent until he can marry her he wants her stupid and not smart enough to fool him ❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌spoiler alert❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌❌Arnolphe finds he has been duped nonetheless He is the fool in so many ways


  9. Daydreamer Daydreamer says:

    The story is slightly crazy and the twist at the end was unexpected But after reading two classics with all this flowery speech where making it short means ten instead of twenty pages of explanations I’ll be glad to read something modern soonThe characters were nice and I was uite amused by their actions though things could have been prevented if they talked to each other properly So I think it’s 35 stars


  10. Delia Delia says:

    Read for school in 2009


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About the Author: Molière

Jean Baptiste Pouelin also known by his stage name Molière was a French playwright and actor who is considered one of L'École des PDF \ the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature Among Molière's best known dramas are Le Misanthrope The Misanthrope L'Ecole des femmes The School for Wives Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur Tartuffe or the Hypocrite L'Avare ou l'École du mensonge The Miser Le Malade.