1 an NAC English Theatre / Pleiades Theatre (Toronto) coproduction Study Guide THE NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE ENGLISH THEATRE PROGRAMMES FOR STUDENT AUDIENCES SEASON Peter Hinton Artistic Director, English Theatre This Study Guide was written and researched by Jim McNabb for the National Arts Centre, English Theatre, September It may be used solely for educational purposes. The National Arts Centre English Theatre values the feedback of teachers on the content and format of its Study Guides. We would appreciate your comments on past Study Guides, on this current one, or suggestions on ways to improve future Study Guides. Comments may be directed to Martina Kuska either by at mkuskanac-cna.ca or by fax at (613) Theatre5 Media Partner
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17 Dying to be Sick Study Guide page 15 >?6!(A. A3 [Argan has just demanded that his daughter Angélique (who is secretly in love with handsome Cléante) marry the doctor son of a friend of his. Toinette, the saucy maid speaks up.] TOINETTE: Quoi! Monsieur, you could make such a ludicrous plan? And, with your fortune, you d go and marry your daughter to a doctor? ARGAN: Oui. And what business is it of yours, Mademoiselle impudence? TOINETTE: Mon Dieu! Gently. You launch straight into invective. Can we not discuss this reasonably, between us, without flying off the handle? There now, let us speak calmly. What, if you please, is your reason for such a marriage? ARGAN: My reason is, that finding myself in poor health and as sick as I am, I want to give myself a son-in-law and some allies who are doctors, so that I might count on their good support in combating my illness, and to have in my family a source for the remedies that I require, and to be sure that I have no less for my consultations and my prescriptions. TOINETTE: Eh bien, now there is a reason, and isn t it better to speak calmly in this. But monsieur, honestly now; are you really sick? ARGAN: What? Am I sick? You devil! Am I sick? The nerve! TOINETTE: Eh bien, oui, monsieur, you are sick; there s no disputing that. You are very sick, I couldn t agree more, and much sicker than you think. But your daughter should marry someone for herself and since she is not sick, there is no need to give her a doctor. ARGAN: It s for me that I am giving her a doctor, and any good, natural daughter should be thrilled to marry whatever will benefit the health of her father. TOINETTE: Look, monsieur, may I, as a friend, offer some advice? ARGAN: And what is this advice? TOINETTE: To not even think about this marriage. ARGAN: And why not? TOINETTE: Because your daughter will never agree to it. ARGAN: She won t agree to it? TOINETTE: No. ARGAN: My daughter? TOINETTE: Your daughter. She will tell you that she ll have nothing to do with monsieur Diafoirus, his son Thomas Diafoirus, nor all the Diafoiruses in the world. ARGAN: Well, I have lots to do with it, especially since this match is more advantageous than you d think. Monsieur Diafoirus has no other inheritor; and, what s more, Monsieur Purgon who has no wife or children, is leaving him everything in favour of this marriage; and monsieur Purgon is a man with an income of at least eight thousand pounds.
18 Dying to be Sick Study Guide page 16 >?6#( TOINETTE: To get that rich, he must have killed a lot of people. ARGAN: Eight thousand pounds is nothing to sneeze at, and that s not counting the father s fortune. TOINETTE: Monsieur, that s all well and good; but nevertheless: between the two of us, I d advise you to give her another husband; she s just not made to be Madame Diafoirus. ARGAN: Yes, but that is what I want. TOINETTE: Puh! Don t say that. ARGAN: What do you mean, don t say that? TOINETTE: Ah, no! ARGAN: And why shouldn t I say that? TOINETTE: People will think you don t know what you re saying. ARGAN: They can think what they like; I m telling you, I gave my word and she s going to honour it. TOINETTE: No. I m sure she won t do it. ARGAN: I will make her do it. TOINETTE: I m telling you, she won t. ARGAN: She will so, or I ll stick her in a convent. TOINETTE: You? ARGAN: Me. TOINETTE: Hah. ARGAN: What do you mean, hah? TOINETTE: You won t put her in a convent. ARGAN: I won t put her in a convent? TOINETTE: No. ARGAN: No? TOINETTE: No. ARGAN: Well! Isn t this nice! I won t put my daughter in a convent if that s what I want? TOINETTE: I tell you no. ARGAN: And who will stop me? TOINETTE: You, yourself. ARGAN: Me? TOINETTE: Yes. You won t have the heart. ARGAN: I will, too. TOINETTE: You re only joking. ARGAN: I am not joking. TOINETTE: Fatherly love will get the better of you. ARGAN: It will not.
19 Dying to be Sick Study Guide page 17 >?6(( TOINETTE: A few tears, arms thrown around your neck, a tender little Oh, my darling papa, that s all it will take to get you. ARGAN: None of that will have any effect. TOINETTE: Yes, yes. ARGAN: I m telling you, I will not budge. TOINETTE: Nonsense! ARGAN: You can t say nonsense! TOINETTE: Mon Dieu, I know you, and you are naturally good. ARGAN (exploding): I am not good, and when I want to I can be downright nasty! TOINETTE: Gently, monsieur. Don t forget that you are sick. ARGAN: I absolutely command her to marry the man I ve chosen. TOINETTE: And I absolutely forbid her to do anything of the sort. ARGAN: Where are we? The nerve, for a hussy of a servant to talk this way to her master? TOINETTE: When a master has no idea what he s doing, a level-headed servant has every right to straighten him out. ARGAN (running after Toinette): Ah! The insolence! I ll knock you silly! TOINETTE (running from him): It s my duty to oppose anything that might dishonor you. ARGAN (angrily chasing her around his chair, his stick in hand.): Come here, come here, I ll teach you to talk back! TOINETTE (running and escaping to the opposite side of the chair from Argan): I am making sure, as I should, that you don t do anything stupid. ARGAN: Bitch! TOINETTE: No, I will never consent to this marriage. ARGAN: Swine! TOINETTE: I do not want her marrying your Thomas Diafoirus. ARGAN: You putrid, rotten TOINETTE: She ll obey me sooner than you. Y? Z [ARGAN: Angélique, won t you tell that witch to stop? ANGÉLIQUE: Oh, mon père, please, you ll make yourself sick. ARGAN: If you don t make her stop, I ll put my curse on you.] TOINETTE: And if she obeys you, I ll disinherit her. ARGAN (throws himself into his chair, exhausted from the chase.): Ah! Ah! I can t take anymore. She ll kill me!
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