baladine

baladine

(baladin) or

baladin

n
(Theatre) a theatrical dancer or stage buffoon
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Nos referimos a Balthus--hijo de Erich Klossowski y Baladine Klossowska; su hermano mayor fue el filosofo Pierre Klossowski, transgresivo, discipulo de Andro Gide; una de su obras mas conocidas es Sade, mi vecino (1947).
A balabos is a Jewish host or master of a house, and a baladine is a professional dancer--M-W.
Beck's prose text incisev (Nantes: MeMo, woo) has been compared to a musical score (see Eric Suchere's review in CCP 2, 2 (2000): 71-2), and Isabelle Baladine Howald's review of Chants populaires suggests that Beck extracts musicality from the Grimms' tales: CCP 15.
Isabelle Baladine Howald's Secret of Breath opens onto an apocalyptic scene: "Fleeing as quickly as possible, leaving clothing, furniture, / closet doors open, chairs overturned, no matter.
The impact of Rilke's relationship with Balthus's mother, the painter Baladine Klossowska ('Merline'), for Rilke's writing in French is not to be underestimated--the correspondence is, significantly, written predominantly in French, even though both correspondents are native speakers of German, and it is thus no coincidence that she should be one of the first to learn of the 'vague "vague"' (loc.
SUNDAY MORNING TAKE a trip on the river cruiser Baladine on the Garonne and Canal du Midi lasting from 35 minutes up to four hours, (pounds 3-pounds 14).
Incluso en la parte final de la composicion de las elegias, ya en 1922, durante una estancia en un castillo de Muzot sur Sierre en el Valais suizo (propiciada, por cierto, por una de sus ultimas protectoras y amante: la pintora Baladine Klossowska, madre de Pierre Klossowski y Balthus), en el segundo arrebato creativa, que el propio Rilke describe como "una tormenta innombrable, un huracan en el espiritu", el poeta seguia prestando atencion y respeto por los espiritus.
As the first sentence of this quotation shows, there is a clear association between des Esseintes and Herod, while Salome is "la baladine qui arrache a un vieillard, [.
La vida de Balthus, en los anos sucesivos y en el exilio de Berlin junto a su hermano Pierre y a su madre Baladine, quien tambien era pintora y vivia de manera excentrica y desprejuiciada, no era sin embargo tan dorada.
la baladine qui arrache a un vieillard, par une torsion corrompue de ses reins, un cride desir et de rut" (p.
Los muchos viajes que Rilke efectuo en esa epoca no le impidieron proseguir con sus conquistas amorosas y sus exitos literarios: se hizo amante de Baladine Klossowska, escribio sus Poemas del conde WC y tradujo El cementerio marino, de Paul Valery, un trabajo que dejo insatisfechos a ambos pero queparadojicamente consolido su amistad.
It was intended for his then major mistress (Rilke had a handful of major, and a legion of minor, ones), the painter Elisabeth Dorothee (Spiro) Klossowska, mother of the painter Balthus, and known as Mouky to her friends, Merline to Rilke, and Baladine to herself.