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 (mā′tər-lĭngk′, mĕt′ər-, mä-tĕr-lăN′), Count Maurice 1862-1949.
Belgian writer of poetry, a wide variety of essays, and symbolic dramas, including Pelléas et Mélisande (1892). He won the 1911 Nobel Prize for literature.

Maeterlinck

(ˈmeɪtəˌlɪŋk; French mɛtɛrlɛ̃k)
n
(Biography) Comte Maurice (mɔris). 1862–1949, Belgian poet and dramatist, noted particularly for his symbolist plays, such as Pelléas et Mélisande (1892), which served as the basis for an opera by Debussy, and L'Oiseau bleu (1909). Nobel prize for literature 1911

Mae•ter•linck

(ˈmeɪ tərˌlɪŋk, ˈmɛt ər-)

n.
Comte Maurice, 1862–1947, Belgian poet, playwright, and essayist: Nobel prize 1911.
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If you are agreed, say, in admiring Meredith, Hardy, Omar Khayyam, and Maeterlinck,--to take four particularly test-authors,--there is nothing to prevent your marrying at once.
It was a deliberate attack on the mysticism of the Maeterlinck school - an attack from the citadel of positive science upon the wonder-dreamers, but an attack nevertheless that retained much of beauty and wonder of the sort compatible with ascertained fact.
Renowned philosopher and Nobel Laureate Maurice Maeterlinck had said the Vedas are the only and incomparable source of all knowledge.
Their topics include theaters and pathologies of silence: symbolism and Irish drama from Maeterlinck to Beckett, ritualized silence and secret selves: the seal of the confessional in 19th-century Ireland, silence as testimony in Samuel Beckett and Derek Mahon, between silence and re-narration: translating signs of Belfast's urban space, and the voices of the dead and the silence of the living in Brian Friel's drama.
Dass diese jedoch nur im Kontext europaischer und daruberhinaus nicht-europaischer Traditionen denk- und formbar war, das zeigt Ulf Diederichs' Bibliographie akribisch: Tolstoi, Kierkegaard, Ruskin, Maeterlinck, Bergson, Piaton, Holderlin, Novalis, Spitteier, oft in Gesamtausgaben, stehen neben Kirchenkritikern, neureligosen Schriften, Mystikern, den englischen Fabier, asiatischer und indischer Philosophie und Religion, der italienischen Renaissance, deutschen Sagen, Lebensreform, Werkbund, Jugendbewegung, neuer Erziehung, Volksbildung, modernem Tanz, Theater, Arbeiterdichtung, Frauenliteratur, Schriften zum Jungbuchhandel.
Alguien me adujo que por que no lo podia haber ganado Dylan, si hace poco menos de una decada se le habia otorgado a un dramaturgo como Dario Fo, a lo cual respondi no menos categoricamente: "El teatro es genero literario desde sus origenes y Fo tenia los meritos, y es mas, el propio Nobel de Literatura ha distinguido a otros ilustres y tambien revolucionarios dramaturgos como Maeterlinck, Shaw, Pirandello, O'Neill, Camus, Sartre, Beckett, Pinter y por supuesto el propio Fo, sin mencionar otros grandes narradores laureados que incidentalmente escribieron teatro.
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Asi, mas que cualquier otro, Maeterlinck ha exaltado las virtudes del silencio y preconizado su busqueda.
Entre otras imagenes elaboradas por Maeterlinck para alcanzar ese objetivo, se incluye la de un universo en expansion que, a la manera de la tierra, seria "una superficie finita pero sin orillas": "?
Silence Quand tu chancelles Serviteurs, n'apportez les lampes 1928/La flute de Pan Invention de la flute Don de la flute Le signal de la flute Retour de la flute 1928 Vocalise-Etude 1929 Soir sur la mer 1929/Trois noels La plainte d'Adam La mauvaise Auberge L'adoration des bergers 1932/Trois chansons La rencontre bretonnes L'aveu La mort 1932/Deux chansons Le roi Loudivic etranger Senart Chanson du barde Publication Year/Title Poet 1910/Sept Chansons Rodenbach Rodenbach Verlaine Verlaine Droin Droin Baudelaire 1901-1905/Trois Baudelaire melodies Maeterlinck Maeterlinck 1910/ Elegies Samain 1920/L'offrande lyrique Tagore Gitanjali, trans.
Elle a aussi remporte, depuis, de nombreuses distinctions litteraires prestigieuses comme le Prix Liberatur de Francfort, 1989, le Prix Maurice Maeterlinck, 1995, Bruxelles, l'International Literary Neustadt Prize, 1996 (Etats-Unis) ou le Prix Marguerite Yourcenar, 1997 (Boston Etats-Unis).
In reality, Albrecht's study goes back to Rousseau and forward to Valery and Gide, encompassing a wide range of poets, from the Belgian Symbolists Maeterlinck and Rodenbach, to the "Francais d'adoption" Krysinska and Merrill, via Banville, Corbiere, Nerval, Rimbaud, and Verlaine among others.