Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Á Victor HugoTitle William ShakespeareAuthor Victor HugoTranslator A BaillotRelease Date November 10 2016 EBook 53490Language EnglishProduced by Laura NR and Marc D "Hooghe at Free Literature online soon in an extended version also linking to free sources "at Free #Literature Online Soon In An #online soon in an version also linking to free sources education worldwide MOOC s educational materials Images generously made available by the Hathi TrustFree download available at Project GutenbergI made the proofing of this book for Free Literature and it will be published by Project GutenbergImages generously made available by the HathiTrustPREFACEThe True Title Of true title of work should be Apropos to Shakespeare The desire of introducing as they say in England before the public the new translation of Shakespeare has been the first motive of the author The feeling which interests him so profoundly in the translator should not deprive him of the ight to From Muslim to Christian Granada: Inventing a City's Past in Early Modern Spain recommend the translation However his conscience has been solicited on the other part and in a binding way still by the subject itself Ineference to Shakespeare all uestions which touch art are presented to his mind To treat these uestions is to explain the mission of art to treat these uestions is to explain the duty of human thought toward man Such an occasion for speakingtruths imposes a duty and he is not permitted above all at such an epoch as ours to evade it The author has comprehended this He has not hesitated to turn the complex uestions of art and civilization on their several faces multiplying the horizons every time that the perspective has displaced itself and accepting every indication that the subject in its Bright Montana Sky rigorous necessity hasoffered to him This expansion of the point of view has givenise to this bookPage 67Homer Job Aeschylus Isaiah Ezekiel Lucretius Juvenal Saint John Saint Paul Tacitus DanteRabelais Cervantes ShakespeareThat is the avenue of the immovable giants of the human mindPage 145Now take away from the drama the East and Pancreatic Cancer: A Patient and His Doctor Balance Hope and Truth replace it by the North take away Greece and put En. This is a pre 1923 historicaleproduction that was curated for uality uality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to emove books with imperfec. ,
Glandtake away India and put Germany that other immense mother All men Allemagne take away Pericles and put Elizabeth take away the Parthenon and put the Tower of London take away the plebs and put the mob take #Away The Fatality And Put The Melancholy #the fatality and put the melancholy away the gorgon and put the witch take away the eagle and put the cloud take away the sun and put on the heath shuddering in the evening wind the livid light of the moon and you have Shakespearepage 154A Gutenberg discovering the method for the sowing of civilization and the means for the ubiuity of thought will be followed by a Christopher Columbus discovering a new field A Christopher Columbus discovering a world will be followed by a Luther discovering a liberty After Luther innovator in the dogma will come Shakespeare innovator in art One genius
COMPLETES THE OTHERPAGES 238 239THE BIFURCATEDthe otherPages 238 239The bifurcated the idea echoing itself a lesser drama copying and elbowing the principal drama the action trailing its own shadow a smaller action but its parallel the unity cut asunder surely it is a strange fact These twin actions have been strongly blamed by the few commentators who have pointed them out Podr a decir "Ue En Este Libro A "en este libro a de su t tulo se habla de muchas cosas menos de Shakespeare pero estar a exagerando V ctor Hugo nos presenta un ensayo con diversos temas como la cultura la misi n del arte l desarrollo de la sociedad el sentido de justicia la democracia el pensamiento humano las guerras la historia en fin nos habla de ese torrente de luz ue se llama Civilizaci n Para ello se vale de muchos personajes como Ner n Napole n Cal gula Dante Rabelais T cito Esuilo Beethoven Miguel ngel Voltaire y por supuesto Shakespeare El grand simo V ctor Hugo novelista nos ha fascinado hasta el arrebato a un sinn mero de lectores con sus narraciones a trav s ya de dos siglos Ahora esperando encontrar un paneg ico de Shakespeare ue me hiciera entender un poco de la grandeza de la obra del Bardo me enc. Tions introduced by the digitization process Though we have made best efforts the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the eading experience We believe. ,
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SHAKESPEARE Y COMPA A V CTORy compa a V ctor aprovecha el viaje para dejar sentir entre las p ginas de su ensayo una amarga ueja en contra de los gobiernos intolerantes y d spotas La voz amarga y ebelde ue se escucha procede de la Isla de Guernsey en el Canal de la Mancha tras el destierro ue le impuso Napole n III desde donde el inmortal autor se da tiempo para lanzar sus invectivas condenando la Rainer Maria Rilke: Gesammelte Werke (German Edition) represi n y la carencia de libertad de expresi n Seguir persiguiendo el espectro de Shakespeare para poder ver aunue sea algunos de los destellos ue lanza esa luz inmensa mientras tanto ue viva V ctor Hugo Victor Hugo was a madman who believed he was Victor Hugo Jean CocteauThis has to be one of the craziest books I ve everead and I loved it After a few half hearted pages of factually erroneous biography Hugo abandons the subject of Shakespeare and launches into a sermon on the nature of genius The overwhelming elephant in the oom and true though unspoken subject of the book is Hugo s paean to his own massive genius a Song of Himself It also includes an interesting list of "Hugo S Choices Of "s choices of greatest writers of all time in chronological order1 Homer2 Job3 Aeschylus4 Isaiah5 Ezekiel6 Lucretius7 Juvenal8 Tacitus9 St Paul10 St John11 Dante12 Rabelais13 Cervantes14 ShakespeareThe implication is clearly that 15 is Hugo Himself Delicious Victor Hugo not only gives the high points and the low points of William Shakespeare s life but also what led to Shakespeare being a great writer He explains what made Shakespeare s art so amazing He discusses not only the literature but the science history and culture behind Shakespeare Moments of brilliancemoments of ambling. This work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. .