Ruy Blas by Victor Hugo
By Victor Hugo
Dans l'Espagne de l. a. fin du XVIIe siècle, alors que l. a. monarchie est en proie au complot, un laquais se voit chargé, en mystery, d'usurper l'identité d'un grand seigneur, et de diriger le will pay. Ce laquais, c'est Ruy Blas, amoureux de los angeles reine qui forget about tout de ce travestissement... Créée en 1838, cette pièce est bien plus qu'une basic espagnolade. automobile, par le drame, Victor Hugo entend "ressusciter le passé au revenue du présent " : de l'Espagne de Charles II à l. a. France de Louis-Philippe, il n'y a qu'un pas. Et, comme dans Lorenzaccio de Musset, l. a. query centrale est ici celle du peuple, incarné par Ruy Blas - "le peuple, orphelin, pauvre, clever et castle ; placé très bas, et aspirant très haut" (Préface). Œuvre hybride où Hugo mêle en virtuose chic et gruesome, tragique et cornique, et manie los angeles langue avec une aisance souveraine, Ruy Blas connut un succès sans précédent, et demeure l'une des pièces majeures du drame romantique.
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