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de th tre sur la passion v cue par deux jeunes adolescents dans un ge catholiue et celle d un pr tre ui se lie d affection et de d sir moins avou pour le plus jeune des deux gar ons Inoubliable pour la ualit du roman et son excellente adaptation l cran avec Christophe Malavoy A novelized version of de Montherlant s play La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant *The That Consumes is about a priest at a Catholic *Fire That Consumes is about a priest at a Catholic school obsession with a young student leads to his downfall Definitely worth spending an afternoon or two reading if you manage to somehow stumble upon a copy This play is a classic about the special relationships that can develop at boarding schools An older student begins passing an excessive amount of time with a younger student A young priest becomes involved He seems to compete with the older student for the affection of the younger studentThe superior of the school finally intervenes He expels the young boarder and has a long heart to heart talk. Cette «ville» c'est le collège religieux ue Montherlant chantait dans sa première œuvre La Relève du matin et ui lui inspira encore en 1969 Les Garçons C'est en ce lieu ue se si. ,
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Henry de Montherlant ò 6 ReadAre depraved and criminal I read uite a bit of and about Henry de Montherlant afterwards to let this sink in that an avowed misogynist and pedophile doing the apolofetics for child sex abuse was glorified by the French literary establishment Yes the guy could write Yes the guy needed intense therapy and most probably life in prison Readers beware I wonder if this was inspired by Les Amiti s Particuli res I think it must have been the plot is so similar I saw a performance of this in London many many years ago I do not suppose any director would dare to show it in England these oh so enlightened Montherlant took *His Own Life And This *own life and this Catholic claustrophobic and defies a happy end Grief and joy are intertwined Love burns us until the pain is unbearableThe play has a strongly Racinian uality to it It burns with intense eroticism but so far as I recall the only physical contact is the placing of a hand on a shoulder Not at all a play for our times for another world and another time wil Intérieur d'une admirable sobriété ue domine la figure inuiétante de l'abbé de Pradts prêtre incroyant ue sa passion des êtres égare jusu'à le conduire au seuil de la révolt. ,
About vocations with the young priest In the 1950s when this play was first performed this was seen as the mature way to deal with a common problem Today it is called a cover up Read the play and decide #For Yourself Which Generation Was Right If # yourself which generation was right if enjoy controversial subjects This is where I learned at age 16 for the first time about sexual abuse pedophilia and catholic priests molesting scores of boys The novel *romanticizes and tries to normalize these awful sexual relationships between grown men their boarding school teachers and their pupils young innocent *and tries to normalize these awful sexual relationships between grown men their boarding school teachers and their pupils young innocent the revolt of one of them when one of the priests puts for the nth time a rose on the boy s bed to signal the priest nightly lust for him and his plans for a nth sexual encounter was a revelation when the boy reveals he wants to scream No to the rose That is a moment where despite Montherlant s best literary and manipulative embellishments efforts the truth shines through and the molested child reveals these activities for what they. Tue le drame de deux enfants et d'un prêtre attirés les uns vers les autres par des sentiments puissants où il entre de l'amitié de la tendresse de la charité du désir Drame tout.