9781409909460

Le Marchand De Venise

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  • ISBN13:

    9781409909460

  • ISBN10:

    1409909468

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-11-15
  • Publisher: Lightning Source Inc

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Summary

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) est considr comme l[un des plus grand potes, dramaturges et crivains de la culture anglo-saxonne. Il est rput pour sa matrise des formes potiques et littraires; sa capacit reprsenter les aspects de la nature humaine est souvent mise en avant par ses amateurs. Figure minente de la culture occidentale, Shakespeare continue d[influencer les artistes d[aujourd[hui. Il est traduit dans un grand nombre de langues et ses pices sont rgulirement joues partout dans le monde. Shakespeare est l[un des rares dramaturges avoir pratiqu aussi bien la comdie que la tragdie. Shakespeare crivit trentesept oeuvres dramatiques entre les annes 1580 et 1613. Mais la chronologie exacte de ses pices est encore sujette discussion. Cependant, le volume de ses crations ne doit pas apparatre comme exceptionnel en regard des standards de l[poque. Ses oeuvres comprennent: Jules Csar (1599), Comme Il Vous Plaira (1600), Hamlet (1600), Le Roi Lear (1606) et Macbeth (1606).

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