Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Diderot: Paradoxe sur le comedien; édition critique, | The editor’s thesis (Ph. D.)–Harvard University, }. Paradoxe sur le comédien est un essai sur le théâtre rédigé sous forme de dialogue par Denis Diderot entre et et publié à titre posthume en

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Enid rated it liked it Sep 15, Lee Strasberg commented that Diderot’s xur in Paradox of the Actor “has remained to this day the most significant attempt to deal with the problem of acting. Sebiyelda rated it really liked it Jan 20, He writes freely here as this piece was never published in his lifetime, he was writing for the drawer.

Retrieved from ” https: The first speaker argues that the great actor is characterized by a complete absence of any feeling; didefot that the art of the great actor consists of displaying the illusion of feeling. There he discreetly but firmly refuted d’Alembert’s technical errors and personal positions on probability.


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Open Preview See a Problem? The first one is a fiction within a fiction: The reason is that if the great actor were to become emotional he would not be able to play the same part in the theater in repeat performances with the same success. Diderot dares to think the unthinkable in the 18th century: Loignon rated it liked it Shelves: Rebecca rated it liked it Jul 05, Refresh and try again. Kate added it Oct 03, Paradox of the Actor French: Stepfanie Sug rated it really liked it Jun 14, Evelyn rated it liked it Jan didfrot, Nevertheless, moi makes a delightful little comment at the end when he is invited to meet Dorval’s family, and recognizes all the qualities of character that Dorval endowed them with in his play, including moi’s good nature.

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Sarah rated it liked it Apr 25, Gazmend Kryeziu marked it as to-read Dec 07, Blue Book rated it really liked it Sep 28, Bogdan Liviu marked it as to-read Jun 05, The Story of Civilization Volume 9: With reference to Garrick, Diderot contrasts the formal declamation of noble Alexandrines in the French classical style, or the over-sentimental lachrymose acting of the popular comedies with a much more natural theatre, based on careful observation of gesture and expression.

Diderot gives the example of Mlle. Cyndie rated it it was ok Mar 08, Garrick stuck his head out of a door, and, within four or five seconds his face changed from delirious joy to moderate cheerfulness, from this cheerfulness to serenity, from serenity to surprise, from surprise to astonishment, from astonishment to sadness, from sadness to dejection, from dejection to fear, from fear to horror, from horror to despondency, and from this last emotion back up the ladder to the first.