By Philippe Sollers
« los angeles politique fait semblant de maîtriser un monde qui lui échappe, elle va toujours dans le même sens (gauche effondrée, droite en miettes), alors que l. a. littérature, elle, est sans arrêt partout et nulle half. Ouvrez un livre digne de ce nom : los angeles vraie morale est là, avec l’acide ou l’ironie qui conviennent à chaque situation.
Mais je m’aperçois maintenant de ce paradoxe : pour avoir su mobiliser, à travers moi, toute los angeles littérature depuis si longtemps, ce livre est en définitive, au second dangereux où elle semble déconsidérée partout, un shiny éloge de los angeles politique. »
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Milton's demure and academic Platonist tippling his way through the morning landscape. Some of Johnson's other com ing amusing. " To be sure, he does not; son to point out the essential character of the speaker in the two and if he does not, what of it? Yet it has remained for Dr. John poems, and several of the pertinent passages are worth quoting: Both Mirth and Melancholy are solitary, silent inhabitants cation; no mention is therefore made of a philosophical of the breast, that neither receive nor transmit communi friend, or a pleasant companion.
Shakespeare himself knew of, and wrote plays about, usurpers who successfully maintained possession of the crown. But, in any case, this much is plain: the train of murden into which Macbeth launches aggravates suspicions of his guilt and alienates the nobles. Yet, a Macbeth who could act once, and then settle down to enjoy the fruits of this one attempt to meddle with the future 38 n. , u .. would, of course, not be Macbeth. For it is not merely his great imagination and his warrior courage in defeat which redeem him for tragedy and place him beside the other great tragic pro tagonists: rather, it is his attempt to conquer the future, an attempt invol ving him, like Oedipus, in a desperate struggle with fate itself.
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Littérature et politique by Philippe Sollers