Grillparzer


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Grillparzer

(German ˈɡrɪlpartsər)
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(Biography) Franz (frants). 1791–1872, Austrian dramatist and poet, noted for his historical and classical tragedies, which include Sappho (1818), the trilogy The Golden Fleece (1819–22), and The Jewess of Toledo (1872)
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For example, she wrote about her admiration for the poetic drama The Jewess of Toledo, by the Austrian-Jewish novelist Franz Grillparzer.
Il parle de Flaubert, Kierkegrd et Grillparzer comme modeles a suivre.
Taken together, Oswald's English translation of the Grillparzer verse at the outset and his ungrammatical German recollection of the verse later in the chapter anticipate his uncertain relation to psychiatry's sexual terminology near the chapter's end.
The script also draws on extracts from texts by Franca Rame and Dario Fo, Christa Wolf, Franz Grillparzer, Ursula Haas and Ulrike Meinhof -- the German militant who tried to kidnap her children.
In the year of the "Spring of the Peoples", 1848, [the Austrian dramatist] Franz Grillparzer warned of the path that leads from humanity, through nationality to bestiality.
Other chapters deal with the amazingly complicated background of the Symphony, Schubert and the Orchestra (there is controversy about Schubert's mastery of instrumental music), the Harmony of Mixed Modes, a fascinating exploration of Schubert's pioneering use of modal interchange, and finally the last chapter, Envoi - Ein Reicher Besitz, a reference to the gravestone caption for Schubert written by Franz Grillparzer, "The art of music has entombed here a rich possession, but yet more beautiful hopes.
The essay, in addition, demonstrates how Levy appropriates the racial terminology of the Austrian playwright Franz Grillparzer to engage in debate about Jewishness and national identity: "Medea's social isolation and eventual exile suggest the difficulty of maintaining a diasporic identity in the face of a (seemingly) hegemonic culture" (p.
En primer lugar, la de Seneca, que es la que sirve de base a Unamuno, y luego muchas otras, entre ellas la comedia de Rojas Zorrilla titulada Los encantos de Medea, asi como distintas obras de Corneille (1635), Richard Glover (1761), Franz Grillparzer (1924), o, ya despues de Unamuno, Christa Wolf (1991) o Fermin Cabal (1999).
First, Jacob Gordin's influential Medea (1897), which sparked the trend for adapting Greek tragedy into Yiddish, is observed to depart significantly from its model--Franz Grillparzer's trilogy Das goldene Vliess--with the suicide of Medea who, in the Grillparzer version, exits triumphant after murdering her children.
En 1848, el dramaturgo austriaco Franz Grillparzer dedico un pequeno espacio, en su pieza Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg, a confirmar su entusiasmo y admiracion por el poeta espanol recordando tambien nuestra comedia (32):
As a playwright to the Austrian Burgtheater Grillparzer had to submit his works to the censor before they could be produced, while the other two were not permitted to publish their books in Germany if salacious or seditious material could be found in them.