Franz Werfel


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Noun1.Franz Werfel - United States writer (1890-1945)Franz Werfel - United States writer (1890-1945)  
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People of great prominence in 20th-century history are among the correspondents, including Albert Einstein, Franz Werfel, Theodor Hertzl, Stefan Zweig, C.
This reflected a tendency in recent scholarship to take more seriously the claims by authors such as Zweig, Joseph Roth, Franz Werfel, and, in his own ironic way, Robert Musil, encapsulated many decades ago by Claudio Magris in the concept of the Habsburg Myth.
People of great prominence in 20th-century history are among the correspondents: Franz Werfel, Theodor Hertzl, Stefan Zweig, C.
Her circle of friends included Alma Mahler (widow of the famed composer and conductor), Czech-born author Franz Werfel, Karl Renner (the State Chancellor of the First Austrian Republic), and composer Richard Strauss.
Franz Werfel escribio: "Tranquilos objetos, que en una hora plena, he acariciado como fieras mansas.
Siempre presente en los teatros de opera, este ano del bicentenario de su glorioso nacimiento (como el de su sincero y profundo admirador Giuseppe Verdi, vinculo felizmente poetizado por Franz Werfel en su Novela de la opera) hay toda clase de nuevas producciones por buena parte de los escenarios belcantisticos del mundo, como la muy comentada y controversial de la Metropolitan Opera House de Nueva York de toda la tetralogia del canadiense Robert Lepage que inicio con el prologo El oro del Rin (faltan las tres jornadas, Las Valquirias, Sigfrido y El ocaso de los dioses), que con toda fortuna podemos ver en las ya institucionalizadas transmisiones en el Auditorio Nacional y escuchar en las de Opus 94 con estimulantes comentarios del sabio wagneriano Sergio Vela.
A Jew confirmed in his Jewish identity through Nazi persecution, (1) Expressionist poet, dramatist, and novelist Franz Werfel (1890-1945) nonetheless regarded his art as fundamentally Christian, expressing in symbols the truths of the faith.
In his novella Pale Blue Ink in a Lady's Hand, Franz Werfel masterfully draws out the contrast between the former imperial capital's urbane sophistication and the moral emptiness at its core.
Marriage to the Jewish poet and novelist, Franz Werfel,
Writers, actors, scriptwriters, directors, and producers, such as Fritz Lang, Peter Lorre, Salka Viertel, Franz Werfel, Billy Wilder, and Otto Preminger, came from these countries but were representatives of Weimar culture,.
Herta Muller is a major celebrity, poet, novelist, essayist, winner of some twenty literary prizes, including the 1998 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the Kleist Prize, the Kafka Prize, the 2009 Franz Werfel Human Rights Award--and the crowning glory of the 2009 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Others who owed him their life to Fry were artists Max Ernst and Andre Breton, the Nobel laureate physiologist Otto Meyerhof, mathematician Jaques Hadamard, and writers Franz Werfel, Hannah Arendt and Heinrich Mann.