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Les tragédies de Sénèque et leur réception dans le théâtre jésuite scolaire de la province tchèque aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (1623–1773)

Abstract : The study of the reception of Seneca’s tragedies in the Jesuit School theatre in the Bohemian province is focused on three aspects: the description of the mechanism and the expression of passions; the pedagogical issue linked to the figure of a tyrant, with an emphasis on female characters; and the image of pagan gods. The research is based on a comparison of Senecan tragedies and school plays from the Society of Jesus. The corpus consists of three parts: the printed plays of Carolus Kolczawa; the plays of Arnoldus Engel, both staged and intended for publication; and the plays devoted to John of Nepomuk, the emblematic saint of the Czech baroque period, which were not to be published. The analyses are preceded by an overview of the Senecan reception in the Early Modern Europe, the presentation of the Jesuit context and the studied corpus.
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Eva Popelková. Les tragédies de Sénèque et leur réception dans le théâtre jésuite scolaire de la province tchèque aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (1623–1773). Littératures. Université Paris sciences et lettres; Univerzita Karlova (Prague), 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019PSLEP033⟩. ⟨tel-02899985⟩

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