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Le temps retrouve Marcel Proust. Alceste confronts Celimene with this letter, but the mysteries surrounding it - to whom is it addressed? It is my premise that Alceste confronts his mistress with the very letter which she has been writing and rewriting, and rewriting to him and which has accidentally fallen into his hands, and that this interpretation fits into and even explains a certain number of givens in the play.
The ramifications of this reading bring us into two distinct but related areas of criticism: the study of gender and the study of genre. As I shall try to demonstrate, Celimene's letter can be interpreted as epitomizing the differences between how men love and how women love. But it can also be read as a literary artifact situated at the crossroads between classical theater and the incipient genre of the novel.
Our first task, then, is to demonstrate how the play tells us, indirectly, that Celimene's mysterious letter is a letter to Alceste. Let us examine the sequence of events surrounding the letter. At the end of Celimene's acerbic confrontation with Arsinoe , the women's mutual accusations are cut short by the arrival of Alceste, presumably returning from dealing with the lawsuit brought against him by Oronte But Celimene, rather than continuing her ongoing debate with Alceste over the status of their relationship, leaves the stage with the following ambiguous words:.
Alceste, il faut que j'aille ecrire un mot de lettre Que, sans me faire tort, je ne saurais remettre.
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The ambiguity lies in the verb "remettre. But the verb "remettre" is also used to describe the act of delivering a letter.
Might Celimene not be hinting that she is going off to write a draft of a letter that she does not necessarily intend to send, a letter that, were she to deliver it, would compromise her reputation "me faire tort" in some unspecified way? Celimene thus goes off to work on this mysterious letter that she is, perhaps, writing simply as an exercise in self-expression, while Alceste is left to deal with the unsubtle advances of Arsinoe. At the end of Alceste's scene with Arsinoe, the amorous prude convinces the object of her affections that she can give him clear proof of Celimene's treachery and unworthiness:.
Donnez-moi seulement la main jusque chez moi; La je vous ferai voir une preuve fidele De l'infidelite du coeur de votre belle.
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