Yourcenar


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Yourcenar

(ˈjʊkənɑː)
n
(Biography) Marguerite, original name Marguerite de Crayencour. 1903–87, French novelist and writer, in the US from 1939; noted for her historical novels, esp Mémoires d'Hadrien (1952)

Your•ce•nar

(ˈyʊər səˌnɑr)
n.
Marguerite (de Crayencour) 1903–87, French poet and novelist, born in Belgium.
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She will be joined by Greek-French actor Polydoros Vogiatzis and guitarist Varvara Gyra to present a literary encounter of the Greek poet Cavafy and French novelist Marguerite Yourcenar.
Como el Adriano de Yourcenar o el Bolivar de Garcia Marquez rescatados en su naturaleza sensible y fragil, Teplitzky y su ahora guionista Alex von Tunzelmann tratan igualmente de penetrar no en la carcaza incolume que atiende la historia sino en el ser atribulado por cuanto pasa a su alrededor y que no siempre puede controlar o dominar, porque simple y sencillamente escapa a su arbitrio.
Through the intersection of appropriated image and text from various mythological and modern sources (as well as embroidered copies of classical renderings of Greek myths), the work on view intervened in these interpretations by suffusing them with alternate readings by a wide range of twentieth-century cultural producers from across Western Europe: stage and silent-film actress Sarah Bernhardt, modernist painters Giorgio de Chirico and Andre Masson, poet Stevie Smith, and novelist Marguerite Yourcenar.
itself in a house," Yourcenar writes, "it is hard to get it
Site Land Godeswaersvelde, the departmental website Yourcenar, the site of Mont Cassel (and all sites acquired or that may be acquired under the Sensitive Natural Areas policy on this sector over the public market) .
Grant suggested that a passage in Yourcenar's novel on the cult of Antinous showed not only 'fine writing'--due in this case as much to Yourcenar's translator, Grace Frick, as to Yourcenar herself--but also the influence of Apuleius.
Un monologo que parte de una buena idea donde Helena puede defenderse--de la misma manera que Margante Yourcenar escribio en Fuegos el juicio de Clitemnestra donde esta se defiende magistralmente--.
Marguerite Yourcenar, en La Courone et la Lyre (1), afirma que "De las nueve poetas griegas de la tradicion antigua, siempre dominada por aspectos mitologicos, [.
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).
Marguerite Yourcenar en "Clitemnestra o la muerte, la hace comparecer ante un tribunal", y se defiende de esta manera:
se preguntaba retoricamente el padre de Marguerite Yourcenar, para anadir de inmediato: "en cualquier parte".
In his usual lively style, Nigro recounts how Marguerite Yourcenar possessed, read, and expressed her judgment on Giuseppe Tornasi di Lampedusa's works.