1 edition of Dom Juan ou Le festin de pierre found in the catalog.
Titre de couv. : Dom Juan.Bibliogr. p. 169-170.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|2||Collection folio. classique -- 3229|
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At a meeting of the twelve greater [Livery] companies, held at Mercers Hall on the 30th June, 1892 ...
Learning that the pauper is religious and devout, Dom Juan tests the man's faith by offering him a gold piece to blaspheme; the pauper refuses.
Georges Forestier et Claude Bourqui] ou F. I will post a message here if I discover anything more. Donna Elvira then enters to challenge Dom Juan to explain the reasons for his abrupt departure; his response leaves her angered.
On lui demande de se repentir. The news of repentance and reformation also delight Sganarelle, but Dom Juan immediately says he meant none of it, and then passionately speaks at length in praise of hypocrisy.
Noverre disagreed and declared that a musical score would pre-set and manipulate the actions and movements of the performer. Enter Dom Juan in country costume and Sganarelle in doctor costume.
On peut facilement le relier avec des personnages tout aussi inconstants comme Dorian Gray de Wilde, ou encore Faust de Goethe. The aristocrat Dom Juan is a who seduces, marries, and abandons Elvira, discarded as just another romantic conquest. Act II [ ] In the countryside. The protagonist would translate music into transparent gesture. Later, he invites to dinner the statue of a man whom he recently had murdered; the statue accepts and reciprocates Dom Juan's invitation.
The statue of the Commander enters, proclaiming: "The wages of sin is death". Act IV [ ] At home. Restons sur le titre original. La Violette, Ragotin, laquais de Dom Juan.
Par contre, je me demande si les titres sont bien les meilleurs possibles. The austere but elegant black and white film using real environments, outdoors, an empty part of Versailles, a palatial restaurant, a remarkable temple-mausoleum, and a lot of snappy horseback riding, with stripped-down costumes that nod to the 17th century and the 20th, seem aware of Resnais' Marientbad and Cocteau.
Dom Juan accepte, la statue se retire.
Act V [ ] In the countryside near the city.