Kibarlık Budalası

  • Title: Kibarlık Budalası
  • Author: Molière Berna Günen
  • ISBN: 9786053328049
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kibarl k Budalas Moli re Jean Baptiste Poquelin Clermont Koleji nde Latin ve Yunan dili ve edebiyat dersleri ald Hukuk renimi g rd de kabul edildi i barodan ayr ld Zaman n ve dehas n tiyatroya adad le
    Moli re Jean Baptiste Poquelin 1622 1673 Clermont Koleji nde Latin ve Yunan dili ve edebiyat dersleri ald Hukuk renimi g rd , 1641 de kabul edildi i barodan ayr ld Zaman n ve dehas n tiyatroya adad lene dek, yani otuz y l boyunca tiyatro eserleri yazd , y netti ve temsillerde rol ald Klasik Frans z komedyas n n kurucusu olarak kabul edilmesini sa layan bMoli re Jean Baptiste Poquelin 1622 1673 Clermont Koleji nde Latin ve Yunan dili ve edebiyat dersleri ald Hukuk renimi g rd , 1641 de kabul edildi i barodan ayr ld Zaman n ve dehas n tiyatroya adad lene dek, yani otuz y l boyunca tiyatro eserleri yazd , y netti ve temsillerde rol ald Klasik Frans z komedyas n n kurucusu olarak kabul edilmesini sa layan bir gelenek yaratmay ba ard IV.Mehmet in el isi olarak Paris e gelen ve g rkemli bir t renle kar lanan S leyman A a Frans z saray n n ihti am na beklenen ilgiyi g stermeyince, XIV Louis bu ilgisizli in intikam n almak i in Moli re e oyun sipari eder Ortaya g l n bir T rk balesiyle sonlanan e lenceli bir hiciv kar Burjuva M sy Jourdain in asilzade olma yolundaki umutsuz ve g l n m cadelesini anlatan, XIV Louis nin en ok g ld Moli re oyunu unvan n kazanan Kibarl k Budalas ilk kez 14 Ekim 1670 te Chambord da, ayn y l 28 Kas m da ise, sarayda kral n huzurunda oynanm t r.Berna G nen 1979 Galatasaray Lisesi nden mezun oldu Galatasaray niversitesi nde Uluslararas li kiler okurken Robert Schuman Bursu na hak kazand ve e itimine Fransa da Institut d Etudes Politiques de Paris de Sciences Po devam etti Ayn okulda XX Y zy l Avrupa Tarihi zerine lisans, y ksek lisans ve doktora yapt ngilizce ve Frans zcadan eviriler yapmaktad r.

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    1. Jean Baptiste Poquelin, also known by his stage name, Moli re, was a French playwright and actor who is considered one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature Among Moli re 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 cole du mensonge The Miser , Le Malade imaginaire The Imaginary Invalid , and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme The Bourgeois Gentleman.From a prosperous family and having studied at the Jesuit Clermont College now Lyc e Louis le Grand , Moli re was well suited to begin a life in the theatre Thirteen years as an itinerant actor helped to polish his comic abilities while he also began writing, combining Commedia dell Arte elements with the refined French comedy.Through the patronage of a few aristocrats including the brother of Louis XIV, Moli re procured a command performance before the King at the Louvre Performing a classic play by Pierre Corneille and a farce of his own, Le Docteur amoureux The Doctor in Love , Moli re was granted the use of Salle du Petit Bourbon at the Louvre, a spacious room appointed for theatrical performances Later, Moli re was granted the use of the Palais Royal In both locations he found success among the Parisians with plays such as Les Pr cieuses ridicules The Affected Ladies , L cole des maris The School for Husbands and L cole des femmes The School for Wives This royal favour brought a royal pension to his troupe and the title Troupe du Roi The King s Troupe Moli re continued as the official author of court entertainments.Though he received the adulation of the court and Parisians, Moli re s satires attracted criticisms from moralists and the Church Tartuffe ou l Imposteur Tartuffe or the Hypocrite and its attack on religious hypocrisy roundly received condemnations from the Church while Don Juan was banned from performance Moli re s hard work in so many theatrical capacities began to take its toll on his health and, by 1667, he was forced to take a break from the stage In 1673, during a production of his final play, Le Malade imaginaire The Imaginary Invalid , Moli re, who suffered from pulmonary tuberculosis, was seized by a coughing fit and a haemorrhage while playing the hypochondriac Argan He finished the performance but collapsed again and died a few hours later In his time in Paris, Moli re had completely reformed French comedy.


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    1. Ok, so I did not read this in French and therefore am afraid that a bunch of the wit got lost in translation. There is enough however (despite the full-on mastery of a language in this whimsical play) that is universal here to still feel relevant. It's so impressively relevant in fact, some 400 years after it was written, that I suffered chills and, better yet, muffled many laughs (!!).Moliere must be the Oscar Wilde of his country (or is it the other way around?). Indeed the structure of this v [...]

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    2. Çok güzel bir oyun. Tiyatro ile ilgilenen herkesn okumuş ve hatta izlemiş olması lazım. Hatta ilginç detay; yıllar once Fransa lideri ziyarete gelen Türk temsilcilerine karşı bir iyi niyet gösterisi olması adına Moliere'e ısmarlamış bu oyunu. Dolayısıyla oyun içerisinde çok fazla Türk motifleri var. Türkleri öven pek çok şey bulabilirsiniz.Kibarlık budalası bir adam var ki oyunun adını oyunu kuyunca daha çok beğendim. Varlıklı bir sonradan görme var. dolayısı [...]

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    3. fun fact: when you go to a French middle school, your drama class doesn't consist of shakespearean plays but of French comedic plays about rich old cis straight white men making complete fools of themselves for prestige and social status. it's a Fun Time™

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    4. “secretul scrimei stă în două lucruri: să dai și să nu primești”

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    5. A farcical attempt to climb the social ladder31 May 2013 This is a play about a middle class merchant whose goal in life is to become a member of the aristocracy and he tries many things, including arranging his daughter's marriage, to achieve that goal. In a way this desire is almost an obsession, and his friends take advantage of this by playing a joke on him: they pretend to be members of the Turkish court and bestow him with the title of Paladin. The desire to better oneself socially and to [...]

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    6. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme by MoliereLe Bourgeois Gentilhomme is a funny play or is it a farce?I laughed and enjoyed the sarcasm.On the other hand, there are some features of the poor Bourgeois Gentilhomme that made me pity him and even more at times, empathise with him.He is ridiculous, vain, false and his values and judgements change from moment to moment, depending on who is presenting him alternatives: if this point of view is argued by a „noble”, then that’s the way it should be.He goes [...]

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    7. La preuve que la bourgeoisie et l'érudition n'ont comme source que le naturel. 4,5/5

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    8. Ya ben seni çok sevdim MOLIERE!Bu yazarla yeni tanıştım. Bu yazara ait olan okuduğum ikinci kitap, Kibarlık Budalası. Kitabı gerçekten çok sevdim. Bu yazarın kaleminden Piyes okumak şahane. Aslında yazarın konu edindiği hikayeler mümkün her yerde bir benzerini görebileceğiniz hikayeler. Ancak yazar bu hikayeleri piyese döktüğünden ve kendi şahane dilini kullandığından bambaşka bir şeye dönüşüyorlar. Bu kitapta Türklere yapılan vurgular özellikle, hem beni şa [...]

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    9. c'est sans doute la pièce de molière qui m'a fait le plus rire. et puis encore une fois je ne peux qu’attester du génie de molière qui lui permet de comprendre si bien la Nature humaine, pour cette fois-ci c'était la tendance qu'a chacun de nous à vouloir toujours paraître mieux qu'il ne l'est vraiment, et ce qui est paradoxal dans cette pièce c'est que l'on rit énormément du comportement du bourgeois gentilhomme, mais parfois l'on a aussi pitié de lui. en tout cas c'était une exce [...]

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    10. Tiyatro oyunları okumaya çok alışkın değilim şu anda,ikinci oldu bu. Beni güldürmeyi başaran,eğlenceli bir oyun olmasına karşın arksında mesajlar olmasını sevdim.

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    11. Actually reading it out of Oeuvres Complètes - Tome IIEnglish review below the French.Vraiment une pièce amusante. J’ai apprécié le pragmatisme de Madame Jourdain, surtout pour cet époque – elle ne laisse pas son mari faire toutes les décisions pour elle ni pour la famille (enfin, pas vraiment), et c’est juste. J’ai pensé que les blagues avec les maîtres différents vont durer plus longtemps, mais ils ont laissé la place à l’amour entre Cléonte et Lucile. La résolution pour [...]

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    12. A comedy-ballet and issues concerning a man who wants to live above his station -- very similar in these two regards to Molière's shorter play from two years earlier, George Dandin. Like so many of Molière's leading characters, we are situated to view M. Jourdain, the title character of this play ("The Bourgeois Gentleman," or sometimes translated as "The Would-Be Gentleman") as a fool, a caricature obsessed with social standing (similar to Dandin, but more clearly so in this work). This bourg [...]

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    13. I'd give this somewhere between three and four stars. My reception of the story changes a lot depending on how I think Moliere wants the reader / viewer of the play to interpret the main character's troubles. In the final act, the main character gets duped by purported "Turks", and the comedy certainly comes from (1)his credulity, (2)his pomposity, and (3)the fact that he is not acting according to his "proper" station in life. Leaving aside the fact that Moliere is celebrating ossified social h [...]

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    14. Wow, another great play from Moliere! This one rivals Tartuffe the most in my opinion as the best play he wrote, because I was really engaged with this one. Moliere is a master of wit in almost any situation; he is, in my opinion, a master satirist. The Gentleman in Spite of Himself is a play about the bourgeoisie trying to act as the upper class. For a majority of the play, the main character is seen having lessons from multiple teachers of fine arts, inlcuding dance, music, fenicng, and philos [...]

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    15. We read this play out loud in Euro class, but I suppose it counts since I technically read it. Anyhow, what a fun playe whole class was laughing out loud most of the timed the people who read were quite comical as well. I really enjoyed it/how it relates to what we are learning in the class right nowI should get on reading some more plays cause when I write dialogue it tends to be somewhat pathetic.

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    16. Molière est vraiment un formidable observateur de l'humanité. Cette pièce n'est pas une exception. Molière met la main sur les prétentions insensées que nous connaissons tous. Mais pour M. Jourdain ces prétentions ne restent pas un simple rêve. Une délicieuse comédie, mais n'oublions pas: il y a un élément de M. Jourdain en chacun de nous.

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    17. A wicked French farce. Note that in 17th century France you cannot be both "bourgeois" (a tradesman or shopkeeper) and a "gentleman" (landed gentry). The extremely wealthy title character is attempting to social climb his way into the upper class. The guy was just so clueless.Read in Don Juan and Other Plays ISBN 978-0199540228.

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    18. IntertextualidadMenciones directas:* De la ira (41 d.C.) de Lucio Anneo Séneca.* Catonis Disticha (ca. s. III d.C.) de Dionisio Catón.* Mención al escritor Décimo Junio Juvenal.* Ambientes: Mansión.* Figuras recurrentes: Estafador/a de viudas, filoaristócrata, nuevo/a rico/a, sirviente atrevido/a, snob.* Bailes: Minué.

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    19. This is one of the greatest comedies ever written. I believe it is still appliable into today society, even though it has been written long time ago, when the French middle-class started to pretend nobiliary origins and imitate the high-ranking society.

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    20. Será que é normal eu ter passado o livro todo a sofrer de second hand embarrassment? De facto só numa comédia destas é que alguém pode ser assim tão tolinho! Mas gostei muito, apesar de ter ficado a sentir-me muito mal pelo coitadinho do homem.

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    21. Read in French in high school. Was our first piece of actual literature we got to read, so had both French and English translation to help me. I'm glad I did so I got to enjoy the jokes as well as learn the language. One of the best ones we read.

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    22. Soooooo funny. I loved it !!!

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    23. I wish I could enjoy this in French!

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    24. Molière ❤️

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    25. Had to read this book for my French class and I have to be honest, I didn't LIKE the book but Molière has a great way of explaining what is bad in society's life so that was good, I guess

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    26. Muhteşem bir Moliere eseri. Yıllar önce kralın isteği ile Türk elçisi onuruna hazırlanan oyunun hem Haldun Dormen ve ekibinden seyretmiş, hem de şimdi okumuş oldum.

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    27. "MAÎTRE DE PHILOSOPHIE.- Je vous expliquerai à fond toutes ces curiositésNSIEUR JOURDAIN.- Je vous en prie. Au reste il faut que je vous fasse une confidence. Je suis amoureux d’une personne de grande qualité, et je souhaiterais que vous m’aidassiez à lui écrire quelque chose dans un petit billet que je veux laisser tomber à ses piedsÎTRE DE PHILOSOPHIE.- Fort bienNSIEUR JOURDAIN.- Cela sera galant, ouiÎTRE DE PHILOSOPHIE.- Sans doute. Sont-ce des vers que vous lui voulez écrire ?M [...]

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    28. Une pièce de théâtre très humoristique écrite par Molière, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme est l'histoire d'un bourgeois naïf, et facilement duper, qui veut devenir gentilhomme. Molière a créé un personage qui est la compilation de tous les vices de la bourgeoisie française de son époque. Un très bon livre pour ceux qui veulent lire un livre drôle pendant les vacances.

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    29. La pièce est assez banale, mais ça reste un bon renseignement sur les relations entre une bourgeoise qui fait tout pour accéder à la noblesse et une aristocratie qui profite de cette situation pour leur soutirer de l'argent.

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