By Heinrich von Kleist
Désobéissant aux ordres de l'Electeur, chef de l'armée, le Prince de Hombourg lance intempestivement sa cavalerie et... gagne los angeles bataille. Passant en cour martiale, il est condamné à mort. Sa fiancée intercède pour le sauver auprès de l'Electeur, son oncle qui, ému par ses larmes, position Hombourg devant un dilemme difficile à trancher : s'il juge que sa condamnation est injuste, il sera acquitté... Kleist (1777-1811) a fait de sa pièce à l. a. fois une ouvre d'imagination, un épanchement masqué de ses angoisses personnelles et une évocation historique s'ouvrant sur une leçon politique. Jean Vilar, qui fut le most appropriate à mettre en scène, en France, cette ouvre mystérieuse, l'a élevée, par los angeles présence éblouissante de Gérard Philipe dans le rôle du Prince, à los angeles hauteur d'un mythe héroïque.
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