Paralchimie, Paris, Ed. de Minuit, (1973)
When Pascal exhorts the libertines of his century to "make believe" they believe, he opens a new dimension to the theater. His "bet" is contained in the neologism that Pinget created for the title of the play. Pascal and Pinget invite their contemporaries and their spectators to depart from the "amusement," the law of the slightest effort that pushes to the sweet slope of the facility - and if the play of Pinget has been so ignored is because it constitutes a peak whose The summit is lost in the clouds and can only be climbed following a long spiral, an emblematic figure of the whole present dramatic structure.