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Театър х 3

Кесаревото кесарю, Малката русалка, Разговор в блатото

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В част втора от поредицата „Театър х 3: Маргьорит Юрсенар" са представени следващите три, от общо шест, нейни пиеси. Тук са включени пиесите „Кесаревото кесарю", „Малката русалка" и „Разговор в блатото".

Вярна на стила си, авторката използва мит, приказка, действителна случка, за да сподели с читателя неподправените си наблюдения върху човешката природа и в същото време да ги направи съпричастни към определени реални исторически събития или пък измислени истории; но винаги с една и съща, непроменена и минаваща през цялото ѝ творчество като фосфоресцираща линия, цел, да ни разкрие човешките страсти, колебания, решения, чийто краен резултат никога не е сигурен.

150 pages, Paperback

Published January 1, 2010

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Marguerite Yourcenar

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Marguerite Yourcenar, original name Marguerite de Crayencour, was a french novelist, essayist, poet and short-story writer who became the first woman to be elected to the Académie Française (French Academy), an exclusive literary institution with a membership limited to 40.
She became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1947. The name “Yourcenar” is an imperfect anagram of her original name, “Crayencour.”

Yourcenar’s literary works are notable for their rigorously classical style, their erudition, and their psychological subtlety. In her most important books she re-creates past eras and personages, meditating thereby on human destiny, morality, and power. Her masterpiece is Mémoires d'Hadrien, a historical novel constituting the fictionalized memoirs of that 2nd-century Roman emperor. Her works were translated by the American Grace Frick, Yourcenar’s secretary and life companion.
Yourcenar was also a literary critic and translator.

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