LES BACCHANTES EURIPIDE PDF

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McDonald Marianne. In Euripides' Bacchantes, Pentheus goes throuth the sorrowful experience of Dionysian drunkenness at its mots extreme. At once poison and remedy, creation and destruction, drunkenness, generated by both wine and stage play, is in the Bacchantes the way of access to tragic recognition. Like Hippolytus, Pentheus thus learns at his own expense that one cannot suppress one's own desire unscathed.

By denying the cult of Dionysos, Pentheus becomes the plaything of his own desires, through the god's stagecraft, and as with many characters in Euripides, it is the very repression of his passionate urge that will create the conditions of tragedy. Pentheus in his overt desire of sobriety is brought around to embody Dionysian drunkenness in a caricatural way ; his indulgence in evoking the drinking orgy of the women will be taken advantage of by the god who, as a consummate master in the art of dramatic irony, will turn him into the man who enacts his own suppressed desire.

Played upon by Dionysos who makes him play the part of a Bacchante, Pentheus will fall victim of the deathly madness of Agave his mother, who had also scorned Dionysos' cult and also discovers the truth when the fumes of alcohol and illusion have dispersed.

The fate of whoever wants to be a mere spectator a voyeur? After setting a parallel between wine-induced drunkenness and stage-born drunkenness, the point is to investigate the epistemic statu of drunkenness by showing how Euripides' own play uses staging as a way to reach knowledge. Le vin peut soulever ce masque. Elles errent loin de leurs demeures, sont les victimes d'hallucinations et deviennent destructrices. Il devient le substitut, la doublure du dieu. Il emploie.

Sa force, cependant, n'est pas une illusion. Elle affirme le voir plus brillant qu'avant. Le vin apporte aussi une transformation.

Le vin et le miel coulent du sol Ba. Les libations et le culte du dieu vont de pair Ba. Il tente de convaincre Dionysos de se souvenir de ses orgies Ba. Voir James R. Sa description de la mort d'Hippolyte Hipp. Voir aussi R. Je remercie M. Tandis que les femmes s'exhibent Ba. Il existe un inconscient collectif. Notes 1. Dionysiac Poetics, p.

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It premiered posthumously at the Theatre of Dionysus in BC as part of a tetralogy that also included Iphigeneia at Aulis and Alcmaeon in Corinth , and which Euripides' son or nephew is assumed to have directed. The tragedy is based on the Greek myth of King Pentheus of Thebes and his mother Agave , and their punishment by the god Dionysus who is Pentheus's cousin. The god Dionysus appears at the beginning of the play and proclaims that he has arrived in Thebes to avenge the slander, which has been repeated by his aunts, that he is not the son of Zeus. In response, he intends to introduce Dionysian rites into the city, and he intends to demonstrate to the king, Pentheus, and to Thebes that he was indeed born a god. The Bacchae is considered to be not only one of Euripides's greatest tragedies, but also one of the greatest ever written, modern or ancient.

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McDonald Marianne. In Euripides' Bacchantes, Pentheus goes throuth the sorrowful experience of Dionysian drunkenness at its mots extreme. At once poison and remedy, creation and destruction, drunkenness, generated by both wine and stage play, is in the Bacchantes the way of access to tragic recognition. Like Hippolytus, Pentheus thus learns at his own expense that one cannot suppress one's own desire unscathed. By denying the cult of Dionysos, Pentheus becomes the plaything of his own desires, through the god's stagecraft, and as with many characters in Euripides, it is the very repression of his passionate urge that will create the conditions of tragedy. Pentheus in his overt desire of sobriety is brought around to embody Dionysian drunkenness in a caricatural way ; his indulgence in evoking the drinking orgy of the women will be taken advantage of by the god who, as a consummate master in the art of dramatic irony, will turn him into the man who enacts his own suppressed desire.

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