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SEDERI Yearbook 2015, 25

Autor: Maurizio Calbi

Fuente: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=333543052002


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SEDERI Yearbook ISSN: 1135-7789 sederiyearbook@yahoo.es Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies España Calbi, Maurizio Exilic-idyllic Shakespeare: Reiterating Pericles in Jacques Rivettes Paris nous appartient SEDERI Yearbook, núm.
25, 2015, pp.
11-30 Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies Valladolid, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=333543052002 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Exilic-Idyllic Shakespeare: Reiterating Períc1es in Jacques Rivettes París nous apparfíenl Maurizio Calbi Universitil degli Studi di Salema, Italy ABSTRAeT Jacgues Rivettes París nous appartient (1961) i5 about a literature student, Anne Coupit who becomes involved with a group of bohemians centering around the absent figure of Spanish musician, Juan.
The film incorporates the attempt by theatre director Cérard Lenz - in many ways a simulacrum of Rivette himself - to stage Pericles, even though this i5 a play that he himself defines as lIincoherent- and lIunplayable.- This essay explores the significance of this incorporatiol1, and shows how the reiterated, fragmentary rehearsals of this -unplayable- play are essential to an understanding of the (disjointed) logic of the film as well as the atmosphere of conspiracy it continually evokes.
It also arglles that the -5hakespeare- included in the film is an -exilie 5hakespeare- that does not properly belong, a kind of speetre haunting the film eharacters.
This construct uneasily coexists with a version of IIShakespeare- that the film simultaneously emphasizes - a -5hakespeare- that takes place -on another level- (in Annes words), an idyllie and idealistic entity. KEYWüRDS: Shakespearean adaptation; nouvelle ...





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