Giraudoux


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French novelist and dramatist whose plays were reinterpretations of Greek myths (1882-1944)

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For instance, Giraudoux compared his Olympic female swimmers to stupid sea-lions.
E essa caracteristica que leva Esslin a separar a producao de autores como Beckett, Adamov, Ionesco e Genet da de outros como Giraudoux, Anouilh, Salacrou, Sartre e Camus, estabelecendo uma distincao entre o Teatro do Absurdo e o Existencialismo:
The portrayal of Electra in drama with special reference to the modern plays of Hofmannsthal, O'Neill, Giraudoux and Yourcenar.
And there was catholicity in publishing Taggard, James Merrill and Richard Wilbur in their youth, Louis Zukovsky's "Ferdinand," Jean Giraudoux, Federico Garcia Lorca, Charles Tomlinson, Norman Nicholson, David Schubert, William Humphrey, George Seferis, George P.
Vuitton DA, Zhou H, Bresson-Hadni S, Wang Q, Piarroux M, Raoul F, Giraudoux P.
Hippolyte Jean Giraudoux, French novelist, essayist, and playwright, publishes a highly antisemitic political essay in 1939: Pleins pouvoirs (Full power).
La conciencia del sinsentido de la vida, de la perdida de valor en los ideales, es el tema de gran parte de la obra de autores como Giraudoux, Anouilh, Salacrou, Sartre y Camus.
Then on Saturday there will be two performances of Lunch, by Steven Berkoff, and The Apollo of Bellac, by Jean Giraudoux, with which the season was launched on July 30.
By coincidence, Jean Giraudoux wrote these words in 1945, the same year fluoride was first brought to American lips through the municipal water supply of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He considers the views of a small galaxy of commentators (Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Jean Giraudoux, among others), and brings his multilingual skills to bear on the original French.
Giraudoux encouraged the French to think of themselves as assailable Trojans, of Hitler and his forces as menacing Greeks at the gates of Troy.
The French traditions of comedy are incorporated from Moliere to Giraudoux.
The third category includes those who died prematurely, before the election process could be completed: Stendhal, Proust, and Giraudoux.
Appearing in New York City with Le Gallienne's internationally acclaimed troupe, Mooney performed plays by Chekhov, O'Neill, and Giraudoux.
But in addition to all that, the lineup might also be called "my big fat Greek season," because it includes a group of works from or inspired by the world of ancient Greece--Agamemnon by Aeschylus, Electra by Jean Giraudoux, and Sartre's The Flies, along with Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and Pericles.