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ISBN:
2266152203
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978-2266152204
Author:
Victor Hugo
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Pocket - educabooks; CLASSIQUES PETITS PRIX edition (September 15, 2005)
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224 pages
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by Victor Hugo (Author). Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages. ISBN-13: 978-2218978296.

by Victor Hugo (Author).

by Victor Hugo First published 1838. Showing 1-30 of 92. Ruy Blas. Author(s): Victor Hugo. ISBN: 2038717192 (ISBN13: 9782038717198).

I am always amazed at how French poets and dramatists can use the masculine couplet followed by the feminine, in strict metre, with such apparent ease and fluency - and without losing the power of the verse. Victor Hugo, in full Victor-Marie Hugo (b. February 26, 1802, Besançon, France – d. May 22, 1885, Paris, France), poet, playwrighter, novelist, dramatist, essayist, visual artist, statesman, human rights campaigner, and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Romantic movement in France, who was the most important of the French Romantic writers.

To English readers, Victor Hugo is known almost entirely for his great novels. However, he was also a dramatist - France's most important through much of the nineteenth century and the preeminent force in Romantic drama generally. His plays are still widely admired in France, and anyone who reads Ruy Blas, often called his dramatic masterpiece, will see why.

Ruy Blas is a tragic drama by Victor Hugo. It was the first play presented at the Théâtre de la Renaissance and opened on November 8, 1838. Though considered by many to be Hugo’s best drama, the play was initially met with only average success. Don Salluste de Bazan, Marquis of Finlas. Don César de Bazan, Count Of Garofa.

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Ruy Blas est un ouvrage on ne peut plus classique pour les francophones. Mais classique ne veut pas toujours dire appécié.

by. Victor Hugo (Author). Ruy Blas est un ouvrage on ne peut plus classique pour les francophones. Mentionné dans tous les manuels scolaires comme l'exemple par excellence du drame romantique, Ruy Blas est enseigné partout dans les lycées où, malheureusement, trop d'élèves finissent par le considèrer comme un texte vétuste et ennuyeux.

Ce livre est une oeuvre unique il débute par une biographie détaillée et illustrée de Victor HUGO .

Victor Marie Hugo (French: (listen); 26 February 1802 – 22 May 1885) was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist of the Romantic movement. Hugo is considered to be one of the greatest and best-known French writers. Outside France, his most famous works are the novels Les Misérables, 1862, and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (French: Notre-Dame de Paris), 1831

Collection : Classiques Petits Sujet : Roman, essai, document This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.
Reviews:
  • Skilkancar
Ruy Blas est un ouvrage on ne peut plus classique pour les francophones. Mais classique ne veut pas toujours dire appécié.

Mentionné dans tous les manuels scolaires comme l'exemple par excellence du drame romantique, Ruy Blas est enseigné partout dans les lycées où, malheureusement, trop d'élèves finissent par le considèrer comme un texte vétuste et ennuyeux. Ceci est dû en grande partie au language hugolien qui pour beaucoup d'élèves (et pour pas mal de leurs aînés, aussi) semble trop fleuri et trop alambiqué pour qu'on le lise sans peine. Aussi l'intrigue, qui se déroule au cours de cinq actes, peut-elle paraître trop compliquée pour les jeunes personnes habituées aux piéces plutôt minimalistes de nos jours.

Il serait peut-être souhaitable pour la majorité des lecteurs d'aborder cette pièce une fois atteint un âge plus avancé et, avec un peu de chance, plus propice à l'appréciation du texte. Aux gens plus mûrs, l'emploi savant des vers tantôt lyriques, tantôt comiques, mis au service d'une intrigue à rebondissements compliquée mais pas dépourvue de suspense, n'est pas ennuyeux du tout.

Espèrons au moins qu'une lecture de Ruy Blas faite trop tôt, c'est-à-dire lorsqu'on est pas encore prêt à savourer ce que son lyrisme contient de beau, et à sourir au côte désuet de sa dramaturgie, n'empêchera pas au lecteur avisé d'y revenir un jour et de découvrir enfin pourquoi cette pièce mérite le titre de classique.
  • Ffleg
To English readers, Victor Hugo is known almost entirely for his great novels. However, he was also a dramatist - France's most important through much of the nineteenth century and the preeminent force in Romantic drama generally. His plays are still widely admired in France, and anyone who reads Ruy Blas, often called his dramatic masterpiece, will see why. Much of Hugo's greatness is here in near full force: possibly unequaled emotion portrayal, stirring suspense, bittersweet tragedy, grandiloquent dialogue, etc. Anyone who loves these traits in Hugo's novels will enjoy them here. The real treat is his brilliant lyricism, which reaches truly sublime heights; the speeches are so beautiful and moving that the play is worth reading for them alone. This is in part a love story of the high-pitched kind that only Hugo can make but also a political allegory that sadly still rings true. A distinct move forward from Hugo's simpler prior plays, though not as ambitious, complex, or original as some of his other work, Ruy is a very fine drama that exemplifies Romantic plays and still stands up very well on its own. Those who have been through Hugo's best work and thirst for more would do well to seek out Ruy.
  • Kelerana
This is an interesting translation and I quote from the translator's preface.
I have adopted the twelve syllable metre of rhyming verse, because it is the nearest approach possible to the great original, and carries out the design I had from the first, namely: to render into English the form, as well as, if possible, the spirit of the great French drama.
End of quote.
The story is of court intrigue in Spain in the late seventeenth century but Victor Hugo is writing about human nature in general. Not a pretty sight !
It is strange for the modern reader to be presented with social attitudes of a bygone age and they are rather difficult for us to appreciate but that is, presumably what it was like in those days. How the world has changed !
Rather frustratingly, we do not know the translator's name or when the work was done but I am impressed with his effort.
In my opinion, this is certainly worth reading for it's own sake as well as being an excellent pre-cursor to reading it French.
  • Duktilar
I totally enjoyed reading Ruy Blas because it dramatically presents a situation that anyone could live. The character Ruy Blas himself and the relationship he has with the Queen, is one of the most realistic ones I have seen in a play. Not only because he is French, Hugo deserves a 5-star rating on this book!
  • Fordg
Please, let me to read the Prologue and argument of the literary work Victor Hugo. Thanks very much.