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"The yarest boar in his parish (Vanbrugh)” : figures du théâtrophobe dans les défenses du théâtre au XVIIe siècle

Abstract : This article proposes a brief survey of two related phenomena found in the medieval and early modern English theatre: the representation in terms of a family of groups of characters associated with vice or folly and their presentation in such a manner as to interpellate the spectator, notably by evoking the traditional satirical image of two fools (or asses) accompanied by the caption "We Three". These phenomena are traced from the moralities and moral interludes as far as the comedies of Ben Jonson, with particulaar attention to certain plays of Shakespeare, including his tragedy of _King Lear_.
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Clotilde Thouret. "The yarest boar in his parish (Vanbrugh)” : figures du théâtrophobe dans les défenses du théâtre au XVIIe siècle. Littératures classiques, Société de littératures classiques (SLC) / différents éditeurs, 2019, La Haine du théâtre. Controverses européennes sur le spectacle, vol. 1 « Controverses et polémiques », pp.161-172. ⟨hal-02903514⟩

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