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Le fils de la maîtresse de Pétain
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No mimesis is possible for such a denouement, which exceeds showing or telling. Here too the tragic metaphor is explicit. Here, on the contrary, what this Mazarinade enhances is the absence of resolution, the impossible restoration of any order whatsoever. Indeed they popularize the portrait of the king as a hero and a Christian martyr, these two traits combining the two genres of heroic tragedy and Christian tragedy This comparison of the king with Christ emphasizes the uniqueness of his death and points to the insufficiencies of the Aristotelian tragic model to account for it.
In these cases, the notion of catastrophe assumes, once again, a political meaning and, once again, takes us further away from Classical tragedy. Finally, we can observe the ultimate metamorphosis of this notion of catastrophe in the Remonstrance… :. One can remark that this cosmic phenomenon is exactly what is reported to have happened at the Crucifixion. In this sense it only reinforces the Christ-like figure of Charles I.
The more we try to reach for the Aristotelian horizon suggested in these texts, the more it seems to vanish as mere illusion. The recurring comparison of Charles I with Christ rather tends to make of his death a deicide, removing it from the realm and understanding of common human beings, and from the too restricted limits of tragedy.
She also tells us that this popular version was reprinted six times in Great-Britain, between and Translated from the original Greek, according to Mr. Together, with Mr. Theodore Goulston, London, printed for Dan. Browne and Will.
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As there are great examples in evil as well as in good deeds, they had better not suffer the repetition of what happened once. Otherwise, if a sovereign is assassinated with impunity, can the others live in safety? Delalain, Baker, [?
Representing Charles I’s Death in some Mazarinades: The Limits of the Aristotelian Tragic Model
Who was Martyred for his People and the Lawes January The Truth Hereof many Thousands can Testifie Mavcroy, , p. The third one is very loose, and the examples illustrating the fourth one show almost a figurative, or at least a very loose, use of the term. Details about the way it was transmitted can be found in the article of M.
Reeve and R. Cubelier de Beynac and M. In its turn, Scaliger had a great influence on Renaissance poetics in France as well as England.
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