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By the end of his career, Anouilh’s reputation outstripped all his contemporaries. Jean Anouilh, Life, Work, and Criticism.
Poor Margo rated it liked it Apr 17, There is little to no “middle ground of ambiguity” that exists where this conflict asserts itself. University of California Press.
Cogito bis rated it it was amazing Nov 08, Prix mondial Cino Del Duca. Because he refused to take sides during France’s collaboration with the Axis Alliance some critics have branded him as a potential Nazi sympathiser. Retrieved January 3, Jean-Louis Barrault, later a major French director, was a pupil there at the same time and recalls Anouilh as an intense, rather dandified figure who hardly noticed a boy some two years younger than himself.
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They now say that a play can’t be that good if they can understand it. Reflections on Contemporary French Arts and Culture. Though many have read the play as having a strong anti-Nazi sentiment, the fact that the Vichy Regime allowed the piece to be performed without censure testifies to the fact that it was potentially seen as supportive of the occupation in its time. Other books in this series.
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This checkered past is invariably at odds with the near-angelic behavior that he now exhibits, and recognition of this truth forces him to leave his former identity behind, unable to reconcile the two sides of himself. Antonia Alvarado rated it liked it Jul 04, Lists with This Book. Produced under Nazi censorshipthe play is purposefully ambiguous with regard to the rejection of authority represented by Antigone and the acceptance of it represented by Creon.
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Anouilh’s growing family placed further strain on his already limited finances. Description ‘Anouilh is a poet, but not of words: Antigone, his best-known play, was performed in in Nazi-controlled Paris and provoked fierce controversy. Regina Gomez rated it really liked it Feb 11, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Anouilh himself grouped his plays of this period on the basis of their dominant tone, publishing his later works in collected volumes to reflect what he felt “represented the phases of his evolution and loosely resembled the distinction between comedy and tragedy. Anouilj disagreed with these somber readings of his best works, however, arguing that, like all great French literature, his plays had found ways to laugh at misfortune.
He often attended rehearsals and solicited the resident authors to anouilb him read scripts until bedtime. Camila Barreiro rated it it was amazing Feb 04, Medieval Renaissance 17th 18th 19th 20th century Contemporary.
He antiigona in the military during at least two periods, having been drafted into the French Army in and More ambivalent than his ancient model, Sophocles, Anouilh uses Greek myth to explore the disturbing moral dilemmas of our times. Seven Against Thebes Sophocles: But this public has changed: Alejo rated it really liked it Dec 08, The Trial and Execution of Robert Brasillach.
Archived from the original on 30 April Inthe Nobel Records were opened after 50 years and it was revealed that Anouilh was among a shortlist of authors considered for the Nobel Prize in Literaturealong with John Steinbeck winnerRobert GravesLawrence Durrell and Karen Blixen.