By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Mario Leis
Nur als book: Textausgabe + Lektüreschlüssel! Dieses publication bietet sowohl Johann Wolfgang Goethes "Iphigenie auf Tauris " aus Reclams Universal-Bibliothek als auch den passenden Lektüreschlüssel. Der textual content enthält die Referenz zum gedruckten Buch und ist damit zitierfähig und verwendbar in Schule und Studium. Der Lektüreschlüssel hilft übersichtlich, schnell und zielgerichtet bei Verständnisfragen, die während der Lektüre auftreten. Als Kombiprodukt zu einem unschlagbar günstigen Preis.
By Arthur Miller
Victor, a brand new York cop nearing retirement, strikes between furnishings within the disused attic of a home marked for demolition. cupboards, desks, a broken harp, an overstuffed armchair - the relics of a misplaced lifetime of affluence he's ultimately come to promote. but if his brother Walter, who he hasn't spoken to in years, arrives, the controversy stops being with reference to no matter if Victor's been provided a good expense for the furnishings, and turns to the fee that one and never the opposite of them paid whilst their father misplaced either his fortune and the desire to move on ...
By Claire Cochrane, Joanna Robinson
This number of essays explores how historians of theatre follow moral considering to the try to honestly characterize their topic - no matter if that be the lifetime of a widely known performer, or the little identified historical past of colonial theatre in India - through exploring the method during which such histories are written, and the demanding situations they raise.
A brand-new translation of the world's maximum satirist.
With a signature type that's instantaneously bawdy and mild, in addition to a fearless penchant for lampooning the wealthy and strong, Aristophanes continues to be arguably the best satirist of all time. accumulated listed here are all eleven of his surviving plays-newly translated by means of the celebrated poet and translator Paul Roche.
By Kyle Gann
“This publication explores the lifestyles and works of Robert Ashley, one of many top American composers of the post-Cage new release. Ashley’s concepts started within the Sixties while he, besides Alvin Lucier, Gordon Mumma, and David Behrman, shaped the Sonic Arts Union, a bunch that became conceptualism towards electronics. He was once additionally instrumental within the influential as soon as crew, a theatrical ensemble that toured greatly within the Sixties. in the course of his tenure as its director, the as soon as competition in Ann Arbor awarded many of the decade’s pioneers of the appearing arts. fairly recognized for his improvement of tv operas starting with excellent Lives, Ashley spun a protracted sequence of comparable text/music works, occasionally termed “performance novels.” those huge items were in comparison with Wagner’s Ring Cycle for the vastness in their imaginative and prescient, even though the fabrics are different, frequently incorporating noise backgrounds, vernacular song, and hugely dependent, even serialized, musical configurations.
Drawing on vast study into Ashley’s early years in Ann Arbor and interviews with Ashley and his collaborators, Kyle Gann chronicles the lifestyles and paintings of this musical innovator and offers an summary of the avant-garde milieu of the Nineteen Sixties and Seventies to which he was once so critical. Gann examines all 9 of Ashley’s significant operas thus far intimately, besides many minor works, revealing the fanatical buildings that underlie Ashley’s song in addition to inner most references hidden in his opera librettos.”
By Pierre Corneille
" Un héros qui s'éveille doit avoir los angeles splendeur d'un soleil levant " lisait-on dans un ouvrage anonyme publié à Madrid en 1637, l'année où fut créé Le Cid. Ce héros splendide, ce pourrait être Rodrigue, qui par un coup d'éclat et quelques coups d'épée triomphe de tous les stumbling blocks, clothes à lui tous les coeurs et s'élève au-dessus de los angeles loi commune. Mais ce héros pourrait aussi bien être Corneille, qui à l'aube de sa trente et unième année, avec Le Cid, s'affranchit de toutes les règles et s'affirme comme l'un des plus grands dramaturges de son siècle.
By Mikhail Bulgakov, Boris Pasternak, Isaac Babel, Anna Akhmatova, Veniamin Kaverin, Osip Mandelstam, Evgeny Zamyatin, Vsevolod Ivanov, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Yury Olesha, Boris Pilnyak, Andrei Platonov, Ilf and Petrov, Alexander Blok, Nikolai Gumilyov, Marina
...it is the results of a number of anthologies like this person who lead to a familiarity with russian literature that makes it demanding to obtain ideas one hasn't already heard of. with the addition of utilizing a actual library as soon as in awhile, it turns into not easy to obtain innovations that one hasn't already read....
i have reproduced the desk of contents below...
i could choose to add a few extra Anna Akhmatova, because it turns out that she has been uploaded to the tracker via another individual, there's a request out for a publication containing feedback on Akhmatova, and there has been even a remark left approximately Akhmatova being a "wonderful writer"...i used to be relatively shocked to determine the comment--not since it is inaccurate, yet since it was once there at all.
INTRODUCTION (Robert A. Maguire) vii
Shields and Candles 141
Armored-Train 14-69 151
In the leisure domestic 217
Without a place of birth 219
My First Goose 221
The deadly Eggs 226
The Bathhouse 289
What the Nightingale Sang 292
The Chain 309
Makar the uncertain 353
ILF AND PETROV
How Robinson used to be Created 371
ALEXANDER BLOK 375
NIKOLAI GUMILYOV 385
ANNA AKHMATOVA 391
OSIP MANDELSTAM 397
MARINA TSVETAEVA 407
BORIS PASTERNAK 415
SERGEI ESENIN 423
VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY 431
NIKOLAI ZABOLOTSKY 451
THE SMITHY 457
VELIMIR KHLEBNIKOV 461
The Bedbug 467
Diary: 1920 503
Literary Moscow: The start of Plot 515
Humanism and the current 519
Moscow within the Twenties 521
On Serafimovich 529
On Serafimovich 531
A Slap within the Face of Public style 542
The Morning of Acmeism 543
What is Lef struggling with For? 547
VAPP Platform 550
On social gathering coverage within the box of Belles-Lettres
M. BULGAKOV & E. ZAMYATIN
Letters to the govt 555
from the again of the book:
This is the first anthology dedicated to the prose and poetry of the
richest and such a lot different interval of Soviet literature. The anthology covers
the interval from ahead of the Revolution to the tip of NEP and the beginning
of the First Five-year Plan.
From Zamyatin’s wonderful science-fiction satire Weto Mayakovsky’s
comedy The Bedbug(both supplied in new, exact translations), such a lot of
the works incorporated the following grew to become classics of twentieth-century Soviet
Russian literature. types diversity from the sleek dislocations of the
Futurist poet Khlebnikov to Ivanov’s Socialist-realist vintage, Arm ored
While the fabric is tremendous different, yes matters resurface
again and back, leader between them the query of what was once misplaced within the
Revolution as in comparison to what was once received. In the works of Pilnyak,
Mandelstam, Babel and Platonov, we see a truly actual obstacle that tradition
itself was once thrown out alongside with the outdated international. At the comparable time, those
writers think the power, strength and justice of the Revolution—and this
ambivalence fuels their paintings. In those years specifically all writers may well
afford to argue either aspect of the problem with a good measure of sincerity. because the
documents incorporated exhibit, regardless of all the manifestoes, the occasion had
decided to permit a few of the literary teams struggle it out between themselves, and
the historical past of the literary press during this interval indicates that they did simply that.
Themes which may cross underground in the course of the Nineteen Thirties are very
striking right here: the concept that violence is occasionally either beneficial and
attractive (Blok, Babel, Ivanov, Serafimovich, Zamyatin), anger at the
ways during which craftsmanship is destroyed and inefficiency rewarded within the
name of political correctness (Pilnyak, Platonov), and lyrical depression
(Mayakovsky, Esenin, Akhmatova).
“All significant genres have been being cultivated. And a lot o f this literature
still comes throughout as clean and invigorating. One cause is that it offers with
issues we have come to imagine o f as quintessentially “modern,” matters like
the caliber o f existence in industrialized societies, the financial disaster o f outdated values,
or savagery masquerading as civilization. Such concerns are the very stuff o f
twentieth-century literature, o f direction; yet in the context o f the Soviet
1920s, they turned intensified and sufficiently defamiliarized to make an
even higher impression on the overseas reader. For example, the novel We
compellingly demonstrates that the topic o f 1984 used to be now not invented by
Orwell, yet have been solid in its now chillingly typical phrases by means of Zamyatin
From the advent through Robert A. Maguire
Pour sonder los angeles sincérité de Dorante, qu’on lui destine sans qu’elle l’ait jamais rencontré, Silvia échange son behavior avec sa servante Lisette. Mais los angeles belle forget about que son prétendant a recours au même stratagème avec son valet. Ainsi travestis, les deux commencent à se parler d’amour… Et l. a. parole fait tomber les masques.
Les personnages parviendront-ils à mettre un terme au jeu de dupes dans lequel ils se sont enferrés ? Le spectateur trouvera-t-il une réponse aux interrogations que soulève l. a. pièce – puis-je être aimé pour moi-même ? L’amour peut-il triompher des préjugés sociaux ? Intemporels, ces questionnements expliquent sans doute le succès jamais démenti de l’oeuvre depuis sa création en 1730.
À travers son cahier images et les nombreux témoignages réunis dans son file, l’édition permet de confronter le texte de los angeles pièce à ses mises en scène. Elle suggest en outre trois groupements de textes et des sujets pour s’entraîner à l’épreuve de français au baccalauréat.
By Professor Philip H Highfill Jr PhD, Professor Kalman A Burnim PhD, Edward A. Langhans
A massive venture all started in 1973 reaches its end with the book of volumes 15 and sixteen of the Biographical Dictionary, a sequence thought of "a reference paintings of the 1st order" by means of Theatre and appearing Arts Collections.Among performers highlighted in those final volumes is Catherine Tofts, a talented singer whose well known acclaim used to be captured in strains through Samuel Phillips: "How are we pleas’d while beauteous Tofts appears, / To scouse borrow our Souls via our attentive Ears?’ / Ravish’d we hearken to th’ inchanting tune, / And trap the falling Accents from her Tongue." the 1st singer of English beginning to grasp the shape of Italian opera, Tofts often received top roles over local Italian singers. Her salary—?400 to ?500 a season—was one of many maximum within the theatre. Her attractiveness declined, even if, as her calls for for check increased—a state of affairs captured in an epigram Alexander Pope can have penned: "So brilliant is thy attractiveness, so fascinating thy music, / As had drawn either the beasts and their Orpheus along; / yet such is thy avarice, and such is thy delight, / That the beasts should have starved, and the poets have died."John Vanbrugh, whose play The Relapse is ranked as the most effective comedies of the recovery interval, grew to become a subordinate crown architect below Sir Christopher Wren in 1702. In 1703, Vanbrugh started plans for the Queen’s Theatre within the Haymarket, an company counseled by way of the equipment Cat membership (of which Vanbrugh was once a member). even if his lavish layout was once acoustically faulty, restructuring helped right the matter and the theatre ultimately turned the unique middle for opera in London.