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Oleanna (Anglais) Broché – décembre 1993


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Dans une université, une étudiante met progressivement en question, puis en danger le pouvoir exercé par son professeur, jusqu'à le disqualifier et détruire sa vie. Dans un monde dont les fondements et les valeurs s'épuisent, l'homme et la femme en sont réduits à une lutte sans merci. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.



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  • Broché: 49 pages
  • Editeur : Josef Weinberger Plays (décembre 1993)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0822213435
  • ISBN-13: 978-0822213437
  • Dimensions du produit: 0,6 x 14 x 20,3 cm
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "ctayf" le 17 avril 2003
Format: Broché
Encore très peu connu du large public france, il est pourtant déja culte au Canada et aux Etats Unis en écrivant aussi pour le cinéma. Ce livre existe en film d'ailleurs. Une jeune étudiante entre dans le bureau de son prof à sa demande au sujet de ses notes. S'ensuit un dialogue existenciel d'une grande cruauté et férocité ou deux personnes que tout oppose vont s'affronter. Le poids des mots, le poids de la culture, le poids du temps qui passe, de nos actes, de nos choix, de la volonté de vivre, toujours sur le fil du rasoir. Du compromis à la lutte. On avance pas à pas dans une histoire. Un pièce de théatre courte, mais qui remet en cause des institutions sans tomber dans la facilité ou le cliché. Les mots sont une arme.
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Inflammatory and fascinating 16 août 2001
Par K. Schwarting - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
David Mamet's Oleanna was polarizing when it premiered on Broadway--audiences tended to sympathize with one character and hate the other.
The experience of reading Oleanna rather than seeing it is a rewarding one. The play features two characters: John, a professor up for tenure, and Carol, his student. Each of these characters is in the midst of their own problems when we meet them in the first act--John is arguing with his wife and in the midst of buying a new house (as a celebration of his impending tenure), and Carol is desperately trying not to fail John's class. When the show opens, Carol has come to John to ask him not to fail her--unfortunately, John is on and off the phone with his realtor and his wife and barely pays attention to Carol. This is the setup from which the rest of the play unravels.
Ultimately, Carol accuses John of sexual harassment--and, although it is easy to say that John never propositions Carol, the reader can see where Carol might have gotten that idea. John, in his haste to leave, says and does things that in retrospect (the second act) seem like mistakes.
Each is a full and fascinating character--John stands on the brink of losing everything that has ever mattered to him, and Carol becomes an ardent feminist activist in the third act. To say more would be a spoiler.
This play is a fascinating character study, examining academia, language, and the startling effect of bad communication. A brilliant and biting play.
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David Mamet's Masterpiece 14 janvier 2003
Par Michael Crane - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Known most for his unique drama "Glengarry Glen Ross," David Mamet has written another masterpiece of a play. "Oleanna" is an unforgettable play that will leave you unsure of who's side you're on until the last remaining moments that will stay with you for a long time.
The story is very simple, or it starts out simple. It all starts as an innocent meeting between a school teacher and his female student. He knows there's been problems with her doing well in the class, so he offers to help. Then before you know it, everything goes to hell and shortly there are accusations of sexism, abuse of power, and sexual harassment. This is play that will mess with your head, leaving you unsure of who is in the right, if any of them are.
I was hooked from the very first page. As soon as I started, I couldn't put it down, and I had no idea of where it was heading. What's great is that it reads very quickly. It's short but accomplishes what it's trying to do. Once again Mamet has a talent of capturing human behavior and reflecting it back through his writing. He can take the simplest conflict and magnify it a hundred times. And once again he is able to catch us off guard when it counts the most.
"Oleanna" is a must-read for anyone who enjoys reading plays, or just reading in general. Like I said, it's very short so chances are that as soon as you start it you'll be able to finish it in no time. You'll be sad when it's over so quickly, but will be happy to re-read it again and again. A terrific masterpiece that is beautifully written and structured on every front, David Mamet's "Oleanna" is a breathtaking read.
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Envy, Greed, and Political Correctness 16 avril 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have seen three separate productions of David Mamet's controversial two-hander "Oleanna", and the audience has been driven into polarized frenzy each time. Mamet correctly assumes that the engines that drive contemporary society are envy and greed, and his corrosive attack on the verbal manipulations of political correctness is razor-sharp. Mamet's use of language is extraordinary and in this play -- for a change -- the characters are educated, white-collar academics, not filthy-mouthed lowlifes. Obscenity, however, takes many forms. Do yourself a favour: when you take this book home, READ IT ALOUD with someone else. You will discover that "Oleanna" is a passionate, provocative, and powerful piece of theatre.
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Oleana: The Loss of cordiality 30 janvier 2000
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Format: Broché
I am not sure if David Mamet wrote "Oleana" in response to Anita Hill's accusations against Clarence Thomas, but, his insightful portrayal of how some feminist activists sometimes misuses men as a means to accomplish their agenda would be humorous were it not truly sad. Mamet critiques several relationships in this play including that of humans to humans. In the final analysis of the sexual harassment situation demonstrated in the play, Mamet illustrates how cruel humans can be to one another. Can there really be interest in and cordiality between men and women, student and professor? Does there alwyas have to be or assumed to be some sexual tension or inuendo going on? Or has the declining morals in society dictated that in age of uncertainity and suspicion, people must distance themselves from one another for fear that words, gestures, and intensions can be totally miscontrued and taken out context?
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A harsh look at the educational system 8 octobre 2002
Par "mainzerjacob" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Oleanna was the first David Mamet play I read, and I was very impressed. Oleanna is fast, harsh, and a real jolt. The two characters in the play are a teacher and a student, both with weaknesses and issues. No side is innocent in this play, and that adds to the realism. Neither character is a protagonist, and sections where you think one may be correct are just illusions. Oleanna harshly but craftly shows the faults of the educational system. However, I think this book demonstrates an exchange of power between teacher and student. Without giving the plot away, this power struggle shifts radically in the story and ends with amazing results. I highly recommend this book to anyone and I think it is a great topic for debate!
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