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Bajazet

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Alors qu'Amurat, le sultan de l'Empire ottoman, livre au loin la guerre aux Persans, sa favorite, Roxane, a toute autorité sur le sérail. secrètement éprise de Bajazet, frère du sultan, elle lui offre de le porter au pouvoir à condition qu'il l'épouse, faute de quoi, il périra. Et Bajazet n'a d'autre issue que de trahir Alalide, qu'il aime, ou d'aller à la mort.
Mass Market Paperback, 94 pages
Published March 6th 1997 by Flammarion (first published February 20th 1672)
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Lola
Oct 11, 2016 Lola rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Dommage que cette pièce ait été l'une des moins appréciées de Racine. Je l'ai beaucoup aimé, c'est une très belle tragédie je trouve.
La république des livres
Je participe au challenge 1 mois = 1 genre. Le mois de mars est consacré au théâtre et au classique. J’ai donc choisi cette courte pièce de théâtre qui est aussi un classique.

Cette pièce c’est l »histoire de Roxane, la favorite du sultan qui veut épouser Bajazet, pour lui sauver la vie, le frère du sultan mais celui-ci aime Atalide, une servante.

Cette courte phrase résumé l’ensemble de la pièce, qui est divisé en cinq actes avec des scènes plus ou moins longue. On y voit la cruauté dont est capa
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Peter
May 22, 2013 Peter rated it liked it
A racine play about the ottoman empire. Nothing special except the interesting character acomat. I was fascinating about this name, don't know why,lol. It still until today my nickname for my email adresse :p
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Sep 27, 2009 Siobhan rated it it was ok
Everyone is miserable and then they all die. According to my professor it has some deep 17th century meaning about controling the passions, but I just didn't get it!
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Jean Baptiste Racine was a French dramatist, one of the "big three" of 17th century France (along with Molière and Corneille), and one of the most important literary figures in the Western tradition. Racine was primarily a tragedian, though he did write one comedy.
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