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Eliot's Perpetual Struggle. The Language of Evil in «Murder at the Cathedral» - M. Serena Marchesi

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FORMATO: PDF EPUB MOBI DOC
DATA: 22/10/2009
DIMENSIONE: 11,34
ISBN: 9788822259363
LINGUAGGIO: ITALIANO
AUTORE: M. Serena Marchesi

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Una lettura nuova del più noto dramma eliotiano. Marchesi rivela come Eliot attribuisca al Male - i quattro Tentatori e i quattro Cavalieri - una potenzialità argomentativa superiore, basata sulla retorica, sull'intertestualità e, infine, su metodi terapeutici pre-freudiani. L'aderenza al testo dimostra come il tema liturgico e i contenuti religiosi siano stati ampiamente sopravvalutati. "Assassinio nella cattedrale" è riportato alla sua natura originaria: un dramma essenzialmente modernista, radicato nel contesto del dramma sperimentale europeo.

...he Cathedral in many ways resembles a medieval morality play whose purpose is to enlighten as well as entertain ... Is murder always evil? - Quora ... . Yet the work is never merely morally instructive. TITOLO/DENOMINAZIONE: Eliot's Perpetual Struggle The Language of Evil in «Murder at the Cathedral» PREZZO : EUR 19,00€ CODICE : ISBN 882225936X EAN 9788822259363 AUTORE/CURATORE/ARTISTA : Author: Maria Serena Marchesi EDITORE/PRODUTTORE: Casa Editrice Leo S. Olschki COLLANA/SERIE: Biblioteca dell'«Archivum Romanicum» - Serie I: Storia, Letteratura, Paleografia, 36 ... Eliot's Perpetual Struggle. The Language of Evil in ... ... . Olschki COLLANA/SERIE: Biblioteca dell'«Archivum Romanicum» - Serie I: Storia, Letteratura, Paleografia, 362 Essay on Symbolism and Religious Drama: T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral In 1163, a quarrel began between the British King Henry II and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. The men had been good friends, but each felt Murder in the Cathedral By T. S. Eliot In 1163, a quarrel began between the British King Henry II and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. The men had been good friends, but each felt that his interests should be of primary concern to the nation and that the other should acquiesce to his ... T. S. Eliot's verse dramatization of the murder of Thomas Becket at Canterbury, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature The Archbishop Thomas Becket speaks fatal words before he is martyred in T. S. Eliot's best-known drama, based on the murder of the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1170. Murder in the sense of taking a life is, by definition, unlawful. In a broader sense unlawful can extend to to unlawful and unjustified or unreasonable, i.e. not in self defense, or to prevent greater harm. Thad takes murder to the evil side of th... In the second half of his career, Eliot's focus shifted from writing poetry to writing plays. His first completed play, Murder in the Cathedral (1935), depicts the martyrdom of Thomas à Becket. Even though this drama takes place in the 12th century, it still engages Eliot's contemporary culture. Indeed, one of the reasons that Eliot […] 9788846750105 | The Uncompromising Victorian - M. Serena Marchesi - Provocatively, self-consciously venal, Dion Boucicault (1822-1890) penned some of the most successful works of his time, and yet he exploited his unparalleled technical abilities to shake his audience's complacency by smuggling into his plays powerfully disturbing issues, subtly challenging the Victorian compromise. Perpetual Struggle: The Language of Evil in Murder in the Cathedral (published in 2009 by Olschki, Florence). The book is an analysis of T.S. Eliot 's play within the context of contemporary European literature, with reference to its literary sources, English Renaissance drama in particular. - 2012. This is a vinyl rip of the two-disc recording on Caedmon Records [TRS-330; LC R68-3173] PAUL SCOFIELD . . . . . Archbishop Thomas Becket CYRIL CUSAK . . . . ... ISBN: 1555460372 9781555460372: OCLC Number: 16986056: Description: vii, 150 pages ; 25 cm. Contents: The theological scene / Francis Fergusson --The language of drama / Helen Gardner --The saint as tragic hero / Louis L. Martz --The new rhythm / Carol H. Smith --Eliot and the living theatre / Katharine Worth --Fear in the way / Michael Goldman --The pain of purgatory / David Ward --Poetic ... Murder in the Cathedral Summary. Murder in the Cathedral is a play by T.S. Eliot that dramatizes the final days of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. Thomas was once a powerful and well ... The Language of Evil in Murder in the Cathedral, Firenze, Olschki, 2009. Negli ultimi tempi si è dedicata al teatro vittoriano, curando l'edizione critica del Robert Macaire di John Baldwin Buckstone (Olschki, 2012), dedicandosi poi all'edizione critica del Macaire di R.L. Stevenson e al teatro di Dion Boucicault. Murder in the Cathedral is constructed with medieval simplicity: Part I - Shows Becket's spiritual struggle. Interlude - His doubts resolved, Becket affirms his beliefs in a sermon preached on Christmas Day. Part II - Becket's murder, and its meaning and effect on the people. The Te Deum at the end unites the past Through foreshadowing and interesting use of language, T. S. Eliot crafts the Chorus to be one of, if not the most fascinating character found within the whole play. Their unique perspective on Thomas Beckett's murder truly makes Murder in the Cathedral one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century. Compra online entre un amplio catálogo de productos en la tienda Libros....