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Jeux de massacre

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110 pages
Published (first published 1970)
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من جنون آمیز عاشق یونسکو و نمایش نامه هاش ام.چه نبوغی پشت چنین نمایش طولانی بود.
Apr 06, 2013 Sanaz rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
همشهریان عزیز, من شما را به اینجا دعوت کرده ام تا در مورد آینده شهرمان با شما صحبت کنم.من مقرارتی را که بر ضد این مجمع عمومی وضع شده, زیر پا گذاشتم. و شما با این تعداد زیاد آمده اید تا موی دماغ رهبران کنونی مان شوید. آنها می خواهند ما را به اجبار و به بهانه یک بیماری مسری که در بین ما شایع شده, در اضطرابهایمان زندانی کنند و هر بهانه ای برای رهبران ما مجاز است.آنها ما را, به این بهانه که در برابر بیماری محافظت می کنند, توقیف کرده اند و جلوی فعالیت ما را گرفته اند, ما را کاملا به سکون واداشته اند. ...more
Christopher Sutch
Mar 23, 2013 Christopher Sutch rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a pretty good play by Ionesco (much better than the last one I read by him, _Exit the King_), though it does get a little repetitive towards the end (and includes some really silly experimentation, notably the characters occasionally singing their lines in pseudo-operatic fashion). I interpret this play to be a representation of how society (at least, 1960s French society, though I'm sure in some ways this is still a feature of French and Western society today) tends to obscure the fact ...more
Mar 18, 2013 Shima rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: play-screenplay
صحنه های 15 و 16 بهترین و فکر کنم مهمترین بخش دیالوگهای نمایشو دارن

با وجود این، زندگی ما در زمان،محدود است. این یک حقیقت بدیهی و ابتدایی است. من، درعین حال، متأسفم که مرگ وجود دارد. همچنین متأسفم که باید آن را دوباره برای شما تکرار کرد و بازهم متأسفم که شما سعی می کنید این حقیقت را رد کنید....

جنبش عمومی از مرگ نمی هراسد مرگ برای کسانی که اندیشه ای استوار دارندو برای کسانیکه به خوبی آیین را می شناسند وهمیشه پیشرو هستند، همواره پیشرو، وجود ندارد. مرگ وسوسه ی عکس العمل است...

شما نمی خواهید به مرگ
Tim Horvat
May 26, 2016 Tim Horvat rated it really liked it
Rojen za gledališče. Prizori sami zase. Odrska poetika > "zgodba". Igranje z lučmi, sencami, kričanjem. Super scena v zaporu. Politični govori. Veš, da je Francija, ampak ni določeno, pa tudi ni patetično razvlečeno na celotno človeštvo. Ni važno, kje se dogaja, dogaja se na o d r u. Skrivnostna bolezen kosi prebivalstvo.
Naser Ghanbari
Jul 21, 2013 Naser Ghanbari rated it liked it
something about humanity that is so wrong that you need a whole city to show it and not in a good way
this is about how we really are deep down and what we will become in a change of course
what really matter to us and how cheap these things are
and sometimes love but not very strong
no happy ending just a messenger to show the end
Jul 14, 2015 Jobie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2015
It never fails to surprise me how Ionesco seems to speech are present day. He has the deft ability to make characters say on both ridiculous and serious at the same time. It sounds much like our own ridiculous speculation about theory and fact by pompous experts.
Oct 26, 2011 Bella_eternity rated it did not like it
1 1/2 stars....
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Eugène Ionesco, born Eugen Ionescu, was a Romanian and French playwright and dramatist; one of the foremost playwrights of the Theatre of the Absurd. Beyond ridiculing the most banal situations, Ionesco's plays depict in a tangible way the solitude and insignificance of human existence.

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