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Journal
2019 | 20 | 125-140
Article title

La pièce climatique d’Henri-­René Lenormand ou un désarroi ontologique

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EN
The Climatic Play by Henri­-René Lenormand or an Ontological Disarray
PL
La pièce climatique d’Henri-­René Lenormand ou un désarroi ontologique
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Abstracts
EN
The aim of this paper is to analyse the climatic plays by Henri‐René Lenomand (1882‐1951), and to show how difficult climatic conditions shown in his plays influence the behaviour and the attitude of the characters. In the paper different motifs are taken into consideration : fog (and, therefore, the humidity of the climate), the tropical climate in general and the tropical wind called lesimoun. In Lenormand’s plays climate is not just a secondary motif, devoid of significance, but an element which conditions the atmosphere of those plays, engenders a deep melancholy or awakens hidden and repressed instincts of the characters. The climate emphasises thus a deep existential pessimism and the tragic of an individual lost in a hostile and incomprehensible world.
PL
The aim of this paper is to analyse the climatic plays by Henri‐René Lenomand (1882‐1951), and to show how difficult climatic conditions shown in his plays influence the behaviour and the attitude of the characters. In the paper different motifs are taken into consideration : fog (and, therefore, the humidity of the climate), the tropical climate in general and the tropical wind called lesimoun. In Lenormand’s plays climate is not just a secondary motif, devoid of significance, but an element which conditions the atmosphere of those plays, engenders a deep melancholy or awakens hidden and repressed instincts of the characters. The climate emphasises thus a deep existential pessimism and the tragic of an individual lost in a hostile and incomprehensible world.
FR
The aim of this paper is to analyse the climatic plays by Henri‐René Lenormand (1882‐1951), and to show how difficult climatic conditions shown in his plays influence the behaviour and the attitude of the characters. In the paper different motifs are taken into consideration : fog (and, therefore, the humidity of the climate), the tropical climate in general and the tropical wind called lesimoun. In Lenormand’s plays climate is not just a secondary motif, devoid of significance, but an element which conditions the atmosphere of those plays, engenders a deep melancholy or awakens hidden and repressed instincts of the characters. The climate emphasises thus a deep existential pessimism and the tragic of an individual lost in a hostile and incomprehensible world.
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Issue
20
Pages
125-140
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published
2019-12-29
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_4467_23538953CE_19_033_11557
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