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szukam streszczenia Fedry!

28.02.2005
17:30
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Iverson#3 [ Konsul ]

szukam streszczenia Fedry!

nigdzie nie moge znalezc :(
cos znalazłem tutaj ale nmie wiem czy to na pewno to...............bo tytul jakis inny :(
https://asianka.com.pl/asia/books/fedra/fedra.htm

28.02.2005
17:33
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techi [ Legend ]

Co to jest Fedra?!

28.02.2005
17:38
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Iverson#3 [ Konsul ]

to taka ksiazka kolesia:
Jean Baptiste Racine

28.02.2005
17:56
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Jade^1 [ Konsul ]

myślę, że Fedrę i nawet pana Fredrę można w bibliotece znaleźć :]

28.02.2005
17:59
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hopkins [ Wieczny Optymista ]

i wpadli ci co sie wymadrzaja =]
techi uzyj google (ile razy ty to mowiles??)
Jade czytaj uwazniej!

28.02.2005
18:02
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Avarang [ Pretorianin ]

Hehe, widać kto czyta tylko pierwszy post, a kto całość.

28.02.2005
18:08
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techi [ Legend ]

hopkins==>mi tam wiedza o "Fedrze" jest całkowicie zbyteczna, więc po co mi google? Spytałem się, bo myślałem, ze chodzi o Fredre(taki pisarz:P)

28.02.2005
18:10
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Iverson#3 [ Konsul ]

to jak?? nikt nic nie ma??? na googlach i widu ni słychu....
moze na jakiejs plytce z lekturami??
moze byc tez pelen text ale plis POMOCY!!!! to na jutro :(
gdzie ja teraz biblioteke znajde??

28.02.2005
18:12
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Iverson#3 [ Konsul ]

aha... https://asianka.com.pl/asia/books/fedra/fedra.htm moze to jest oryginalny text fedry??? moze to mi ktos chociaz rozwikla...
bo jak mnie jutro zapyta zebym glupot nnie powiedział :D

28.02.2005
18:34
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Boginka [ Sybarytka ]

Możesz sobie porównać z tym poniżej, miłej pracy:

28.02.2005
18:40
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Boginka [ Sybarytka ]

A ponieważ mam dziś dobry humor, to dołączę jeszcze gratis streszczenie:

1. THESEUS, son of Aegeus, King of Athens
2. PHAEDRA, wife of Theseus, daughter of Minos and Pasiphae
3. HIPPOLYTUS, son of Theseus and Antiope, Queen of the Amazons
4. ARICIA, princess of the blood royal of Athens
5. THERAMENES, Hippolytus' mentor
6. OENONE, Phaedra's nurse and confidante
7. ISMENE, Aricia's confidante
8. PANOPE, a woman of Phaedra's retinue

Brief Synopsis:

Act 1: Confession

During the absence of her husband Theseus (slayer of the Minotaur and King of Athens), Phaedra confesses her love for her stepson Hippolytus to her nurse Oenone. Hippolytus is noted for his association with Artemis the goddess of chastity. Before he sets out to search for his father, Hippolytus reveals to his tutor Theramenes his love for the Athenian princess Aricia—the daughter of a family that had been in opposition to Theseus. Word comes to Troezen that Theseus is dead.

Act 2: Revelation

Hippolytus confesses his love to Aricia but fears the gods will never allow it. He tells her that he will support her as ruler of Athens. Amid rumors of Theseus being alive, Phaedra reluctantly reveals her love to Hippolytus. Hippolytus is repulsed and Phaedra threatens to take her own life.

Act 3: Misinterpretation

The people of Athens choose Phaedra as ruler. Overcome with passion and in an attempt to keep Hippolytus close to her, Phaedra offers the kingdom to Hippolytus. News comes that Theseus is returning home. Phaedra greets Theseus by saying she is no longer fit to be his wife, and Hippolytus requests permission to leave the city at once. This cold homecoming perturbs Theseus and makes him suspicious.

Act 4: Accusation

Oenone tells Theseus that Hippolytus attempted to violate his stepmother. Theseus in a rage banishes his son and invokes the vengeance of Neptune (Posidon). Hippolytus is dismayed and tells his father that he is in love with Aricia. This news upsets both Theseus and Phaedra and stops the jealous Phaedra from confessing the truth that would save Hippolytus.

Act 5: Dénouement

As Hippolytus drives his chariot near the seashore, Neptune sends a sea creature that is part dragon and part bull that frightens the horses and they drag Hippolytus to his death. After talking with Aricia, Theseus becomes distrustful and calls for Oenone. Fearing the consequences of the truth, Oenone drowns herself in the sea. Hearing of the death of Hippolytus, Phaedra takes poison and confesses her guilt and Hippolytus' innocence to Theseus.

28.02.2005
19:02
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Mondragorn [ Lunar Dragon ]

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