Le dieu du carnage (French Edition) [Yasmina Reza, Gallimard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. On a voulu être sympathiques, on a. By Yasmina Reza Le Dieu Du Carnage (French Edition) [Mass Market Paperback ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. “Les Enfants sauvages”. Le Dieu du carnage by Yasmina Reza is a wickedly funny satire. French playwright and novelist Reza was previously.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. E in quanto tale si realizza in una falsa apertura dove le persone non riescono mai a trovare un vero e proprio contatto. The play is very well cast. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

Le Dieu du carnage

Anche i gesti rispecchiano a pieno come ogni comportamento abbia un secondo fine, e come il riguardo sia solo apparente: They agree to meet to discuss the matter in a civilized manner. Here, however, there is no one to mediate between the two sides and the attacks yaskina in ferocity until all energy is spent. Tremendo, si ride amarissimamente. The point of Carnage is almost too obvious–namely, that civilization and all it produces, carjage art, is merely a thin veneer masking savage aggression and the primal instinct to dominate that still motivate human interactions.

View all 3 comments. Yet, in fact, the result is the same. Jacobs Theatre, New York”. Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


Originally planned for a limited engagement to close July 19,the run was extended through February 28, before converting to an open-ended run. Quanto dura, questo combattimento tutti contro tutti? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. En plus, Reza sait critiquer le milieu bourgeois avec une langue simple mais sauvage. It’s an afternoon’s conversation between two couples, one of whose son has battered the other about the mouth with a stick on the playground.

Le Dieu du carnage by Yasmina Reza (4 star ratings)

Matrimonios que rezan sin saberlo a un “dios salvaje”. Due coppie, due mariti e due mogli. On the opening night of the performance, there was a power failure about an hour into the show. Before the play begins, two year-old children, Ferdinand Reille and Bruno Vallon Benjamin and Henry in the Broadway productionget involved in an argument because Bruno refuses to let Ferdinand join his ‘gang’.

Dieeu really liked the movie Carnage, which was an adaptation of this play, so decided to go to the source material. It’s a good read, either way, and that’s what this site is all about. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. And after reading other comments, it looks like I have to finally pick up Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

What emerges is an often hilarious bit of madness as the couples degenerate into various petulant, yassmina, and violent behaviors themselves. Plenty to say about violence, the will to resist violence, personal responsibility, white guilt, and above all the degree to which we are one another’s keepers. All you really need to know is that the play is about two sets of parents who meet to deal with the behavior of their children.



Le dieu du carnage

As the evening goes on, the meeting degenerates into the four getting into irrational arguments, and their discussion falls into the loaded topics of misogynyracial prejudice and homophobia. Reza, who is also a musician, has structured the play very like a Rossini overture with its slow beginning and gradual but inevitable crescendo.

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ANY carnafe play is presumably universal enough to transcend the very specific names of its characters. Jodie Foster and John C. Since then it has been produced world-wide and translated into 20 languages. This may, of course, be universally true of all good plays there are some bad ones that make excellent readingbut this play in particular requires a fair amount of physical byplay and nonverbal interaction.