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Adamov

(French adamɔf)
n
(Biography) Arthur. 1908–70, French dramatist, born in Russia: one of the foremost exponents of the Theatre of the Absurd. His plays include Le Professeur Taranne (1953), Le Ping-Pong (1955), and Le Printemps '71 (1960)
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Adamov, ed., Evropeiskie derzhavy i Gretsia v epokhy Mirovoi voiny [European Powers and Greece in the Epoch of the World War] (Moscow: NKID, 1922), 90, 240, VI; E.
Critique: "Flight" is an inherently riveting novel and one that showcases author Bob Adamov's genuine flair for originality, deftly crafted and memorable characters, as well as more plot twists and turns than a Coney Island roller coaster.
An example is the recent development of thermal shock techniques can produce sterile triploid females (Adamov et al., 2016), promoting growth gain and carcass yield (Nascimento et al., 2017).
Davvero si deve restare radicati nell'ambiente napoletano, come detto piu sopra, per cui il teatro dell'assurdo eduardiano resta ben lontano da autori quali Jonesco e Adamov: tutto cio che, eredita pirandelliana, sfiora il paradosso, non va quasi mai a toccare il piano della logica, o della pura razionalita, o del comportamento more geometrico.
Project failure is defined as the inability of a project team to achieve an acceptable level of completion compliance by meeting project requirements as agreed by the project stakeholders (Toader, Brad, Adamov, Marin, and Moisa, 2010).
The reception will be attended by the artistic director of the Festival, Jovan Adamov, director of Children's Cultural Center Blagisa Nikolis, master of the event, Minja Subota, as well as festival participants.
With which theatrical genre are Eugene Ionesco and Arthur Adamov associated?
Produite en 2016 par le Theatre regional de Guelma, la piece est une libre adaptation de l'œuvre [beaucoup moins que] Le Professeur Taranne [beaucoup plus grand que] de l'ecrivain et auteur dramatique francais Arthur Adamov (1908-1970), mise en scene par Ali Djebara sur un texte d'Amir Frik.
Maiakovski, Brecht, von Horvath, Weiss, las grandes obras de Adamov, las escenificaciones de Besson, Palitzsch hasta Strehler y Zadek, etc., fueron peregrinos de esta senda.