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Marivaux

Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de . 1688--1763, French dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his comedies, such as Le jeu de l'amour et du hasard (1730) and La Vie de Marianne (1731--41)
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The property company`s wholly owned subsidiary Tropicana Mentari Development Sdn Bhd acquired the whole share in Marivaux today.
Les deux termes cle equivalents ("palabras" et "azar") ne manifestent pas d'homophonie et pour cette raison la version espagnole (El juego de las palabras y del azar) reussit moins bien a evoquer le titre de Marivaux en espagnol (El juego del amor y del azar).
In this atmosphere Jean Renoir, anticipating war and deeply troubled by the mood he felt around him, thought he might best interpret that state of mind by creating a story in the spirit of French comic theater, from Marivaux to de Musset, a tradition in which the force that sets every character in motion is love and the characters have no other occupation but to interfere with this pursuit.
La mise en place, toujours par Lanson, d'une approche plus objective des oeuvres en privilegiant l'effacement du critique au profit de l'auteur a l'exemple de l'essai publie en 1882 sur Marivaux, sa vie et ses oeuvres par Gustave Larroumet.
Goodnight, Marivaux, welcome to the Island of Reason!
Es sabido que Moliere, Marivaux y Corneille escribian comedias en la gran tradicion neoclasica francesa--pero, cada uno tenia su propia estetica, y la convencion del autor es lo que permite dar una belleza energica a esta estetica.
Through Moritz, gallicised as 'Maurice de Saxe', Liotard made not only portraits of the royal family but also the writers who peopled Maurice's private circle, Voltaire, Fontenelle, Crebillon fils and Marivaux.
Sensibility, reading and illustration; spectacles and signs in Graffigny, Marivaux, and Rousseau.
Intrinsically French and full of bright, often improvised dialogue, Rohmer's films were frequently compared to the work of the 18th century dramatist Marivaux.
Actors from two companies, Bord Cadre and Third Party, will stage a timeless comedy, The False Servant by the 18th century French dramatist Pierre Marivaux.
Entre ces deux dates, c'est-a-dire 1721 et 1747, Marivaux publie La Vie de Marianne, roman epistolaire qui parait en neuf episodes de 1731 a 1741.
Perhaps the most original choice is Marivaux, whose oeuvre and public persona as a worldly wit (or bel esprit) seem here to represent all that the serious, civic-minded philosophes stood against--that is, frivolity, linguistic playfulness, and self-consciousness.