Marivaux


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Marivaux

(French marivo)
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(Biography) Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de (pjɛr karlɛ də ʃɑ̃blɛ̃ də). 1688–1763, French dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his comedies, such as Le jeu de l'amour et du hasard (1730) and La Vie de Marianne (1731–41)

Ma•ri•vaux

(ˌmær əˈvoʊ)

n.
Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de, 1688–1763, French playwright and novelist.
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Come, thou that hast inspired thy Aristophanes, thy Lucian, thy Cervantes, thy Rabelais, thy Moliere, thy Shakespear, thy Swift, thy Marivaux, fill my pages with humour; till mankind learn the good-nature to laugh only at the follies of others, and the humility to grieve at their own.
James Macdonald, better known for directing new plays, including the late Sarah Kane's Blasted and Cleansed at the Royal Court, first encountered Marivaux as a theatre student in France.
Writing in the Age of Enlightenment, Marivaux was part of a society that believed most everything could be explained through reason and the scientific method.
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David Marshall's reading of the theatrical structure of sympathy has also influenced my study: see his The Figure of Theater: Shaftesbury, Defoe, Adam Smith and George Eliot (New York: Columbia UP, 1986) and The Surprising Effects of Sympathy: Marivaux, Diderot, Rousseau, and Mary Shelley (Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1988).
Quoi qu'il en soit, l'Alger Hausmanien n'est pas en reste, du fait que l'auteur pleure la rue Ahmed-Chaib (ex-de Tanger), particulierement la disparition du [beaucoup moins que] Roi de la Loubia [beaucoup plus grand que], ou se regalaient des generations de cinephiles, avant une seance de projection aux salles de cinema Dounyazad, le Marivaux, le Casino et la cinematheque.
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The Surprising Effects of Sympathy: Marivaux, Diderot, Rousseau and Mary Shelley.
Flaminia in La Double Inconstance published in 1723 by French playwright Pierre de Marivaux is a notably dominant, powerful, and modern female character within the context of 18th Century French literature.
Reader points out how Renoir drew upon classic themes in French comedies by eighteenth and nineteenth century authors such as Marivaux, Beaumarchais, and Musset to produce a film "steeped in intertextuality" that disturbingly mixes genres and social classes (12).
In this atmosphere Jean Renoir, anticipating war and deeply troubled by the mood he felt around him, thought he might best interpret that state of mind by creating a story in the spirit of French comic theater, from Marivaux to de Musset, a tradition in which the force that sets every character in motion is love and the characters have no other occupation but to interfere with this pursuit.