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Don Juan. Have you ever loved a woman until milk leaked from her as though she had just given birth to love itself, and now must feed it or burst?
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The story follows a man who himself declares the real Don Juan DeMarco, the greatest lover of the world. Mar 29, So he ends in a psychiatric centre for the treatment after trying to commit suicide. Don Juan Demarco.
Depending on how precise one wants to be with drawing connections between one work and another, there are somewhere between and different variations on the character and story. Arthur Schnitzler was an Austro-Hungarian playwright and essayist whose works focused on the hypocrisy of social behavior and human desire.
Casanova Comes Home is about an aged Casanova who refuses to reform, is still loved by his old mistresses but wants to seduce young virtuous women instead. Schnitzler was demonized by the press in Austria and became a role model for young avant-garde playwrights. Molires Don Juan was written to replace Tartuffe, which had met with displeasure from the French Academy. Dom Juan ou le Festin de Pierre is in many ways an even more challenging play than Tartuffe, but because its hero is punished for his sins at the end of the play it was received as acceptable.
The most consistent feature of Don Juans character, whatever the literary mode or era, is his ability to seduce women, but there are other aspects to the legend that recur.
He is. He is a libertine in his overall world view, not only openly and unapologetically making love to many women, but also espousing atheism and poilitically radical philosophies. The women that Don Juan seduces are typically of all possible varieties. Don Juan does not confine himself to a specific class or age.
Leporello: My dear lady, this is a list Of the beauties my master has loved, A list which I have compiled. Observe, read along with me. In Italy, six hundred and forty; In Germany, two hundred and thirty-one; A hundred in France; in Turkey, ninety-one; In Spain already one thousand and three.
Among these are peasant girls, Maidservants, city girls, Countesses, baronesses, Marchionesses, princesses, Women of every rank, Every shape, every age. With blondes it is his habit To praise their kindness; In brunettes, their faithfulness; In the very blond, their sweetness.
In winter he likes fat ones. In summer he likes thin ones. He calls the tall ones majestic. The little ones are always charming. He seduces the old ones For the pleasure of adding to the list. His greatest favourite Is the young beginner. It doesn't matter if she's rich, Ugly or beautiful; If she wears a petticoat, You know what he does.
Mozarts version of Don Juan is particularly relevant to Horvaths play. Don Juan Comes Back from the War begins with operetta singers and includes a scene at the opera where Don Giovanni is being performed. Horvath actually wrote a play entitled Figaro Gets Divorced in which the characters from The Marriage of Figaro another comic opera by Mozart are imagined in the revolutionary period that followed their frivolous story.
Leporellos aria reminds us that Don Juan almost always has a male companion, usually a servant. The narrator of Byrons entire epic rcounts the story to the poet laureate of Britain at the time, Robert Southey an aesthetic enemy satirized by Byron in the poem.
In Molires version Sganarelle, the equivalent of Leporello, begins and ends the play. There is no male listener or admirer to receive the tale of his exploits. The lack of a sidekick, servant or other male comrade in Horvaths version sets it apart from the bulk of Don Juans over the centuries because although the author was a male, the play is a female fantasy more than a tale of masculine sexual exploits. Although the Don Juan tradition has distinct misogynist features, there is also a recurring proto-feminist sub-text in which Don Juan gives women freedom that other men repress even as he robs them of their virtue.
Most men have died in the war, economic depression ravages the lives of the survivors and previous notions of social and sexual mores have been altered forever. In this topsy-turvy modern world, Don Juan is both out of place as an aristocratic lothario and in his element as the object of universal female fantasy. Hoffmann's novella Don Juan Byron's epic poem Don Juan satirizes Romantic literary and poetic tradition as well as feminism, religion, and European politics. I want a hero: an uncommon want, When every year and month sends forth a new one, Till, after cloying the gazettes with cant, The age discovers he is not the true one; Of such as these I should not care to vaunt, I'll therefore take our ancient friend Don Juan We all have seen him, in the pantomime, Sent to the devil somewhat ere his time.
It is a dream sequence in which the main character from the core plot, John Tanner, imagines himself as Don Juan and debates the plays essential themes with the Devil. This features a seducer of women known as Don Juan Alarcon. Blok was initially a part of the Russian Symbolist movement, which stressed a kind of new-age Goddess worship, but became disillusioned with the movements naivet and moved toward the artistic and political avant garde.
A thick, heavy curtain at the door, Mist beyond the nighttime window. Now that you know fear, Don Juan Whats your hateful freedom worth? Cold and empty is the lavish bedroom, Servants sleep in the still night. From a blissful, foreign, distant land Comes a roosters song. What are sounds of bliss to a betrayer When his time is up?
Donna Anna sleeps, arms crossed above her heart, Donna Annas dreaming When his cruel features have frozen, Echoed within mirrors? Anna, Anna, is the graves sleep sweet?
Is it sweet to have unearthly dreams? Life is empty, crazy , fathomless! Step outside to fight, old fate! And in answer smitten and triumphant A horn sounds in snowy darkness Splashing light into the night, a car Rushes by, as black and quiet as an owl. With his quiet, heavy footsteps The Commander steps inside the house The door gapes.
Through the excessive frost Hoarsely like the tolling of the midnight clocks The hour tolls: You called me here to dinner. I have come. Are you prepared? To this brutal question theres no answer, Theres no answer, only silence. Frightening at daybreak is the lavish bedroom, Servants sleep in the pale night. Cold and strange is break of day Night is dim at break of day. Bride of Light! O, Donna Anna where are you,? Only silence. In the horrifying morning mist The hour tolls one final time: In your dying hour Donna Anna will arise.
Anna will arise in the hour of your death. It was an effort to recreate Flynns success as Robin Hood and conflates the two mythical characters. Don Juan falls in love with the queen of Spain and helps train a generation of young men in the art of fencing. Don Juan as Libertine is only relevant in the opening and closing scenes. For most of the film he is portrayed as an honorable and patriotic hero.
It is a reversal of the stypical Don Juan material because the servant is the lothario and the master is sexually nave. Although this version presents Don Juan as a woman the film is construced as a confession so she tells her exploits to a male listener.
Don Juan exposes the hypocrisy in contemporary society, but is ultimately destroyed in graphic, bloody fashion. Marbers Don Juan is not consumed by devils so much as devilish humans. Open navigation menu.
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Beg converted to Catholicism in Valladolid in , altered the target audience of his text from an Iranian court to a Spanish public, and took for himself the name Don Juan of Persia. All traces of the Persian original have been lost. The Relaciones is divided into three parts, the first two treating Persia, and the third focusing on the European embassy of Shah Abbas. Part One presents details of Persian political structures, rituals, customs, and geography, adding to these a history of Islam up until the rise of the Ottoman state. Part Two focuses on the history of the Safavids from the household s beginnings through their latest conflicts with the Ottomans in Don Juan then offers intriguing first-hand information about the journey of the Safavid embassy, numbering some 50 people, traveling via the Caspian Sea and Russia to meet with European heads of state. Nominally led by the chief ambassador, Husain Ali Beg, the embassy was conceived in a meeting between Shah Abbas and the English adventurer Sir Anthony Sherley, their objective being the opening of trade routes and, more pointedly, the cultivation of a European-Persian alliance against the Ottoman Empire.
Clad in a cape and domino mask , DeMarco undergoes psychiatric treatment with Marlon Brando 's character, Dr. Jack Mickler, to cure him of his apparent delusion. But the psychiatric sessions have an unexpected effect on the psychiatric staff, some of whom find themselves inspired by DeMarco's delusion; the most profoundly affected is Dr. Mickler himself, who rekindles the romance in his complacent marriage. Psychiatrist Jack Mickler Marlon Brando dissuades a would-be suicide - a year-old man who is costumed like Zorro and claims to be Don Juan Johnny Depp , who is then held for a ten-day review in a mental institution.
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