巴黎大屠杀
Massacre at Paris

  • 作   者:

    克里斯托弗·马洛
    Christopher Marlowe

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    英文

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The play is virtually unique in addressing contemporary European history, and indeed a sensitive political situation on England's own doorstep. The St. Bartholomew's Day massacre, instigated by the French royal rulers and Catholic nobles (including the Duke of Guise) saw the systematic murder and execution of thousands of protestant Huguenots in the French capital in August 1572.

《巴黎大屠杀》是马洛最不为人知的一部剧作。该剧创作于1593年,是典型的伊丽莎白时期戏剧,它在描述当代欧洲历史方面独树一帜,向观众展示了1572年8月在法国首都巴黎对上千名胡格诺派教徒的大屠杀。

The Massacre at Paris is an Elizabethan play by the English dramatist Christopher Marlowe (1593). The Massacre at Paris is without doubt the play of Marlowe's that has received least attention historically both from a staging and a critical perspective, and justifiably so. It is only extant in what is believed to be both an abridged and 'reported' text, a single undated Octavo version, published by Edward White almost certainly some time between 1594 and 1606.

克里斯托弗·马洛(1564年-1593年5月30日),英国伊丽莎白年代的剧作家、诗人及翻译家,为莎士比亚的同代人物。马洛以写作无韵诗(blank verse)及悲剧闻名,亦有学者认为他在生时比莎士比亚更出名。1593年5月18日,英国政府下令通缉马洛,但却并没有列出任何理由。同月20日,马洛于被带到英国枢密院前接受审讯,其后需要每天向他们报到。12天后,马洛与Ingram Frizer等人争执期间,被Ingram Frizer用匕首刺死。到了现在,仍没有人知道他的死与枢密院的审问有没有关连。

Christopher Marlowe (26 February 1564 – 30 May 1595) was an English playwright, poet and translator of the Elizabethan era. Marlowe was the foremost Elizabethan tragedian of his day. He greatly influenced William Shakespeare, who was born in the same year as Marlowe and who rose to become the pre-eminent Elizabethan playwright after Marlowe's mysterious early death. Marlowe's plays are known for the use of blank verse and their overreaching protagonists.

CHARLES. Prince of Navarre my honourable brother,

Prince Condy, and my good Lord Admirall, wishe this union and religious league,

Knit in these hands, thus joyn'd in nuptiall rites,

May not desolve, till death desolve our lives,

And that the native sparkes of princely love,

That kindled first this motion in our hearts,

May still be feweld in our progenye.

  • Table of Contents with inital stage directions:

  • DRAMATIS PERSONAE

  • Scene i

  • Scene ii

  • Scene iii

  • Scene iv

  • Scene v

  • Scene vi

  • Scene vii

  • Scene viii

  • Scene ix

  • Scene x

  • Scene xi

  • Scene xii

  • Scene xiii

  • Scene xiv

  • Scene xv

  • Scene xvi

  • Scene xvii

  • Scene xviii

  • Scene xix

  • Scene xx

  • Scene xxi

  • Scene xxii

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