By Victor Hugo
En 1834, Victor Hugo publie Claude Gueux, une delusion des temps modernes inspirée d'un fait divers. Pour nourrir sa famille, Claude Gueux, un ouvrier sans travail, commet un vol. Il entre en criminal et sera finalement guillotiné. remark ce negative itinéraire a-t-il été attainable ? De ce récit, Victor Hugo tire un fervent plaidoyer contre los angeles peine de mort et pour l'instruction du peuple. . Des questionnaires progressifs de compréhension et d'analyse du texte. Des exercices de lecture d'images. Des exercices de vocabulaire à partir de champs lexicaux. Des travaux d'écriture. Une interview imaginaire de Victor Hugo. Les grands thèmes de l'oeuvre 1. L'orateur, determine du héros hugolien 2. Le wrestle social three. l. a. morale de Hugo est-elle morale ? Deux groupements de textes 1. los angeles vie en legal 2. Misère et révolte sociale Recommandé dès los angeles classe de 4e
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1901 Queen Victoria dies. 1902 Barrie publishes his novel The Little White Bird, which contains an early version of Peter Pan. His play Quality Street opens at the Vaudeville Theatre in London on September 17, after premiering in New York. The Admirable Crichton, a play that probes the validity of the British class structure, is performed at the Duke of York舗s Theatre in London on November 4. A. E. W. Mason舗s The Four Feathers and Joseph Conrad舗s Heart of Darkness are published. 1903 Barrie舗s play Little Mary is performed at the Wyndham舗s Theatre in London on September 24.
Little Mary is the story of a girl named Moira (Wendy舗s full name in Peter Pan is Wendy Moira Angela Darling) who is able to cure illnesses with the aid of an invisible medium called Little Mary. Moira becomes known throughout society as the Stormy Petrel, the name of a species of seabird that is used for someone who appears at the onset of trouble. The play is quite entertaining until Moira舗s strategy is at last revealed at the end of the final act舒she has simply changed her patients舗 diets, for her grand-father had proved that we are what we eat.
In the 1954 musical production of the play (which was later filmed for television and broadcast seven times between 1955 and 1973), Mary Martin played Peter. Two major Broadway revivals starred Sandy Duncan, in the late 1970s, and gymnast Cathy Rigby, in the 1990s. In 1938 an American production cast a male, Leslie C. Gorall, as Peter Pan, and in 1952 a German production put a male in the role. The English did not break their cross-dressing tradition until 1982 when Trevor Nunn and John Caird produced their version of Peter Pan at the Barbican Theatre in London.
Claude Gueux by Victor Hugo