Michael Deacon reviews ITV1's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's The Scapegoat.
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Rate This. Set in , as England prepares for the coronation, The Scapegoat tells the story of two very different men who have one thing in common - a face. Director: Charles Sturridge. Period Pieces to Watch. Based on literature.
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Edit Details Country: UK. Language: English. In The Scapegoat , Girard applies his approach to "texts of persecution," documents that recount phenomena of collective violence from the standpoint of the persecutor—documents such as the medieval poet Guillaume de Machaut's Judgement of the King of Navarre , which blames the Jews for the Black Death and describes their mass murder.
Girard compares persecution texts with myths, most notably with the myth of Oedipus, and finds strikingly similar themes and structures. Could myths regularly conceal texts of persecution?
Girard's answers lies in a study of the Christian Passion, which represents the same central event, the same collective violence, found in all mythology, but which is read from the point of view of the innocent victim. The Passion text provides the model interpretation that has enabled Western culture to demystify its own violence—a demystification Girard now extends to mythology. Underlying Girard's daring textual hypothesis is a powerful theory of history and culture.
Christ's rejection of all guilt breaks the mythic cycle of violence and the sacred.
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